Welcome to Exeter Uni Canoe Club

From the Captain

Hi guys, welcome to EUCC – probably one of the best canoe clubs around (or that’s what we think anyway)! I’m Harriet, this year’s Captain and I am in my third year of studying History at Exeter. Having always enjoyed outdoor sports, I joined Canoe Club to try something new, having never kayaked before. Since then I have become hooked on the sport and have made a close group of great friends.

I am still learning on the kayaking front, but with EUCC I have been able to practice and advance my skills through regular trips on different rivers in Dartmoor and elsewhere in the Southwest, not to mention the incredible yearly trip to the Alps and our visits to other areas of the UK. Being part of EUCC has certainly been the highlight of my time at Exeter University and I hope that myself, the committee and EUCC as a whole can provide you with an equally amazing experience.

Check out the website
for all the details about the club and if you have any questions then please drop myself or one of the other members of committee an email!

Whether you’re a complete beginner or an experienced paddler, EUCC is the perfect way to make the most of the South West, with trips every weekend!. Here’s a bit of what we do:

 

 

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    George P

    Sounds cool, do I need to be able to roll to go on river trips?

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