Useful Info

Looking for the membership form? It’s available to download below. – Please note EACH family member must complete a separate form.

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WYCC Membership Form

Under 18’s consent form. It’s available to download below.                     – To be completed by parent or guardian for EACH member under the age of 18.


  Under 18’s consent form

For any enquiries relating to membership please contact the treasurer HERE

Pugneys private launch application form. This must  be completed before paddling on Pugneys.

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Private Launch Application


RIVER LEVELS FOR POPULAR CLUB PADDLING LOCATIONS

Approximated guide on recommended paddle levels. Always check the water level at the get on and get off points prior to paddling.

Dislaimer: WYCC accept no responsibility for injury or loss resulting from the use of this information.

River Calder at Horbury (Healey): <0.4m for beginner paddlers recommended.

Sowerby Bridge: <0.25m for beginner paddlers recommended, less than 0.3m for experienced.

River Holme: Between 0.6-0.8m. Any lower and it’s a scrape. 0.7m is a decent level for running the last weir.

River Wharfe: <0.4m for a steady beginners paddle (Webcam for lower section)

Upper Tees at Middleton: 0.6m+ (0.47 Scrapey, 0.77 Interesting)

Lower Tees (Barnard Castle to Winston): 0.8m+ (0.8 is around the minimum runnable)

River Ure: <0.7m for beginners

River Irwell: 0.4m for beginners

River Lune: 0.8m to 0.9m is a decent medium-low paddle

River Greta: 0.84m is a decent level. The Tees is probably at a high level also.

Washburn Dam Release: Washburn Release Dates