Rivers
Canoeing and Kayaking on : River Brue

Paddle Point

Good launch, but requires lowering your boat down a steep bank (10 foot)- fairly easy. There are foot holes to scramble down too. Easy launching at bottom.
Parking for 3 cars, take care not to block gate and annoy fishermen. Upstream can get half way to West Lydford, further if you get out in shallows. Downstream to Baltonborough Flights, could portage to get further down Brue or carry on down mill stream under charming low bridge until weir. All delightful especially in summer when the banks are full of flowers, dragonflies and kingfishers

Paddle Point
Mark, UK

This is an animal drinking place, with a drop down to the water, which, depending on rainfall, can be quite damp, or muddy. There is a little parking on the road. Two cars maximum, but a good spot to explore the lower River Brue from.

Paddle Point
Highbridge, Somerset, UK

This is the last sluice at the end of the River Brue, as from this point, it joins the tidal River Parrett, and on into the Bristol Channel. Not sure currently about launching or landing points here, but the water is flat to this point. Will update when I have the information.

Paddle Point

fairly high, about fifteen feet weir, that is stepped, but if you come to it from upstream (East) you can portage it. If you start here, you can park in the church car park, and paddle to Glastonbury in under three hours with at least one more portage.

Paddle Point

Passable by going to the right of the wier, and continuing along and rejoining the main River Brue in a mile or so.

Paddle Point

A fairly easy launch into the River Brue, from where you can only paddle downstream, as there are a series of 'mini weirs' up stream.If you go about half a mile, you can go either on downstream (West) on towards Glastonbury, where you'll need to portage at least once, or you can go right and go upstream for a fair distance before having to turn around due to shallowness, and eventually a weir at Lydford, where you can get out, though it's doubtful you'd get that far in shallow water. Parking for at least two cars right by launch/take out.

Paddle Point

From here, you can go either way. By going East, you have to get up over a few small weirs along the way, but you can travel a good few miles. By heading West (Downstream) you can go 3/4 of a mile before having to portage Clyse Hole weir, then you can continue West until Bason Bridge, passing Westhay, though there are several shallow bits along by Meare on the way, and a fair bit of duckweed gathers in late Summer. There is a layby by the road, with parking for about four cars, and you have to trolley about two hundred yards to put in.

Paddle Point
Street, Somerset, UK

Downstream of Cowbridge on the Glastonbury to Butleigh road. It is possible to trolley from the road to the weir and launch down side of it. It is half a mile along a fairly smooth, or not too rough gravel track. Or you can launch nearer the road and portage the wier.

Clyse hole wier
Paddle Point

Launch to the river Brue with parking in layby nearby.