Rivers
Canoeing and Kayaking on : River Wey

The River Wey in Surrey is a lovely place to go canoeing.

In the late 17th century, a navigation was made from the Thames at Weybridge up to Guildford. Later this was extended to Godalming. The Wey today is therefore made up of "canalised" sections,the River Wey and Godalming navigation, interspersed with sections of natural river.

The Wey offers canoeists and kayaks gentle trips on still waters, and also miniature adventures on some of the natural river loops that wind their way down around the locks of the navigation. These backwaters have a modest flow and are lovely places to paddle, though they can have fallen trees blocking them.

There are many places to launch your canoe on the Wey, and whilst the total length of the navigation is only 20 miles, there are a large number of possible day trips which can be done. It is even possible to make circular canoeing routes by going up parts of the navigation, portaging a weir, and returning down the natural river.

There is an excellent website with lots of information about the River Wey, for canoeists, boaters, walkers and nature lovers: The Wey Valley

Paddle Point
Godalming, Surrey, UK

Small cafe which is part of Farncombe Boat House. Popular with locals, cyclists and paddlers. They provide simple food like baguettes, jacket potatoes, bacon butties and chips. Great selection of tasty homemade cakes. They sell ice creams too which go down a treat in the summer.

Outside tables & chairs for the warmer months.
Open all year and toilet block is outside in the garden area.

When paddling upstream from Shalford take the left hand branch off the navigation alongside the moored narrow boats and Hectors is at the far end. Usually plenty of room to moor up.

Parking is available on Catteshall Road.

(I have no connection to this cafe, I just go there when I'm paddling in that area).

Paddle Point
Guildford, Surrey, UK

This route is the Triggs Loop with a different starting point. A very pleasant paddle through countryside with plenty of wildlife to observe.

Put in at Bowers Lane and paddle downstream, past Bowers Lock to Broadoak Bridge where you then paddle the natural River Wey to Triggs Lock. Once at Triggs Lock it is a 2.2 mile paddle back upstream which is physically more demanding which makes for a good work out!

Two locks to portage and short portgage at Broadoak Bridge near the weir.

Paddle Point
Ripley, Surrey, UK

Nice little shaded spot to stop for lunch with views of Newark Priory.

The get out is to the left when heading upstream.
The easier more obvious get out to the right leads into a fenced field with no access back to the river.

Paddle Point
Ripley, Surrey, UK

Big tree down, which spans the river just after Walsham Gates on the River Wey.
There is a small gap river right....take care it is a tricky manoeuver to get through.

Flagged as Still a hazard
Debris and bits of tree still remain. FIne in low water, you can squeeze past, but would be dangerous in high water.
Flagged as Still a hazard
Flagged as Still a hazard
Beware of the faster current approaching this hazard. there is a strong risk of being pinned against the tree.
Took a look, didn't appear to be a way through, but the current was fast flowing 20m before the tree so didn't get too close or waste too much time being thorough. There is some mangled metal work on the river right 20m before the tree, you can take out in the eddy here and portage about 50m to a steep but not hard put-in down river.
Paddle Point
Woking, Surrey, UK

Whilst there is little to see, just a few walls, this is a very pleasant place to stop and have lunch, where Henry VIII once dined.

http://www.woking-palace.org/

There is no public footpath to this site, but visitors appear to be welcome so arriving by river is the natural thing to do.

Paddle Point
Send, Surrey, UK

This route meanders through the Surrey countryside making use of both the natural River Wey and the Navigation.

Whatever the season this route is beautiful and peaceful with lots of wildlife to see on your paddle.

You will paddle by the ruins of Woking Palace (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Woking_Palace) and towards the end of the paddle on the Abbey Stream you will see the impressive
ruins of Newark Priory (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newark_Priory).

There is a long portage near the old paperworks (new flats) at Old Woking and a trolley is recommended. There are shorter portages getting onto the Abbey Stream loop at the weir and at Newark Lock & Papercourt Lock.

Please note that a licence is required for all craft on the River Wey and Godalming Navigations. The BCU/Canoe England membership includes the Canal and Rivers Trust licence, and by agreement with the National Trust this covers the Wey.
Paddle Point
Godalming, Surrey, UK

Paddle Point
Shalford, Surrey, UK

A nice route using the lovely meanders across the water meadows just south of Guildford.
2 portages - Riff Raff weir, and St Catherine's Lock - both short.

Paddle Point
Send, Surrey, UK

It has been reported that the portage is across private land

A circular route that goes up the navigation, portages a weir (short distance across grass, can be nettles!), then descends the natural River Wey.


Please note that a licence is required for all craft on the River Wey and Godalming Navigations. The BCU/Canoe England membership includes the Canal and Rivers Trust licence, and by agreement with the National Trust this covers the Wey.
Paddle Point
Addlestone, Surrey, UK

An excellent circular loop, using the canal and the natural River Wey.
The number of portages, 2 of which are slightly awkward, and several easier lock portages, make this route quite strenuous.
Click here for blog on Song of the Paddle

The weir at Walsham Gates. The portage is to the left in this photo.



Surprisingly, this bit is inside the M25

Thanks to a couple of fallen trees in the river below Walsham weir, it is currently possibly best to portage into the river a little further downstream where it comes very close to the navigation.
Paddle Point
Send, Surrey, UK

It has been reported that the paperworks portage is across private land

This is a lovely tranquil paddle, unusual in that it is circular, using the River Wey Navigation and the natural old River Wey. The only downside is the long portage around the old Print Works at Greshem Mill, across fields to the right of the mill. Bring a trolley!
Blue is the paddling
Green is the portaging

It could be done in 2 hours, but take a little longer and enjoy it!

Click here for blog on Song of the Paddle

Paddle Point
Woking, Surrey, UK

This is the shortest portage from the navigation to the river, and is fairly obvious as the only point with a good view of the meandering river below. However, the bank is steep and crumbling, so it might not always be easy. It is possible to climb down via a large tree stump. In summer, undergrowth is likely to make things harder...

Presumably the National Trust/EA have been doing a bit of work on this portage point. It looks like they are levelling it out at water level and are creating a slope down from the navigation tow path rather than scrambling down the bank. It is still "work in progress".
Getting out from the navigation is easy. The portage can be fairly overgrown but is only about 50yards. At the river there is a muddy slope down to a concrete lump in the water just upstream from the foot bridge so not too bad for getting back on the water.
Please note that a licence is required for all craft on the River Wey and Godalming Navigations. The BCU/Canoe England membership includes the Canal and Rivers Trust licence, and by agreement with the National Trust this covers the Wey.
The bank has mostly stabilised now, and is relatively straight forward. There is an exposed metal "basket" at the bottom at most levels (presumably filled with rocks which are now buried), please don't damage this when launching and bring paddlers into disrepute. It will scratch your canoe anyway!
A little work with a barrow full of rocks would make an excellent launch point...
Paddle Point
Byfleet, Surrey, UK

Instead, use Mill Leat on left a few hundred yards upstream down to short portage.

Paddle Point
Byfleet, Surrey, UK

Put in from muddy beach after portage of weir. No parking or easy car access.

Paddle Point
Weybridge, Surrey, UK

Paddle Point
Guildford, Surrey, UK

The weir here is impassable with a big drop. There are metal pontoons to stop you going over it and keep you on the main navigation.

The weir can be portaged to the left as the fence has now collapsed leading to the pool below however the river around Burpham Court Farm is blocked by numerous fallen trees, it is private property and tall steep banks make this loop impracticable.

Much work has now been done clearing trees on this loop, and I managed to get all the way up from below the lock to within sight of the weir. It looked like the portage of the weir on river left is OK, but couldn't see if the fence was still down from below. The current was too fast to get right up to it.

There was one blockage about half way down near Sutton Place, but I cut a way through river right.
Caution still advised in higher flows, but it will now go.
Going upstream is hard work, and this was with low water, as there are actually a couple of shallow fast flowing mini-rapids - I had to get out and portage round one of them just above the road bridge.
Paddle Point
Guildford, Surrey, UK

http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/river-wey-godalming-navigations-and-dapdune-wharf/

National Trust property with information on the history of the River Wey Navigation. Car park and cafe too.

Paddle Point
Guildford, Surrey, UK

There is a Costa Coffee in the foyer of the cinema serving the usual coffee and sandwiches. It is possible to moor up either on the cinema side (a bit high to easily get out though) or moor up on the opposite side and cross over the footbridge.

Paddle Point
Guildford, Surrey, UK

Good spot to stop for a picnic. Lots of benches.

Paddle Point
Guildford, Surrey, UK

Free parking at Bowers Lane. Drop your boat on the bank and then park further up the road. Pleasant paddle albeit with some road noise from the A3. The route takes you through the countryside near Burpham along the navigation towards Guildford passing by the National Trust's Dapdune Wharf.

When you arrive in Guildford keep to the right of Millmead lock and it leads to a small weir where there are plenty of picnic benches for a spot of lunch before heading back.

There is the option to extend the paddle by going around the nature reserve on the natural River Wey at Stoke Lock.

Paddle Point
Shalford, Surrey, UK

Unload at the South end of the water treatment works car part and park at the north end. Walk about 50yards south along the public path and you will see the access point 5 yards to your left. The bank is muddy slippery and steep for the last foot or so. You get immediate access to one of the most attractive and quiet sections of the Wey, a backloop cut off by the Navigation. The Seahorse in Shalford is about 5 mins walk away.

Please note that a licence is required for all craft on the River Wey and Godalming Navigations. The BCU/Canoe England membership includes the Canal and Rivers Trust licence, and by agreement with the National Trust this covers the Wey.
Paddle Point

Weir is underneath a modern block of flats

Paddle Point
Godalming, Surrey, UK

To portage this entails going through the private property of this office block - call the owners in advance!

Paddle Point
Tilford, Farnham, Surrey GU10, UK

Low weir, looks runnable if enough water

Paddle Point
Tilford, Farnham, Surrey GU10, UK

Nice grassy area with lowish bank to launch from

Careful. Above Godalming, the Wey is a private river and without permission from each landowner, you will be trespassing.
Paddle Point
Elstead, Godalming, Surrey GU8, UK

On top of the river!

Paddle Point
Elstead, Godalming, Surrey GU8, UK

Best to stop for a drink and ask the publican nicely if you can walk through his garden or go down the little stream that branches off at the little weir just upstream from the pub/mill

Paddle Point
Elstead, Godalming, Surrey GU8, UK

Go just beyond and portage this weir on the right to avoid mill stream (unless you are stopping for a drink at the pub)

Paddle Point
Shalford, Surrey, UK

A nice short loop up the navigation from Shalford, and then down a backwater of the natural Wey.
Note that the section below the weir can be very liable to fallen trees and blockages, and can flow quite quickly. Hence this can be quite hazardous in high water. In particular one bend below Titham's Corner Road bridge can be very prone to large blockages at a fast bit of the river.

This loop is a perfect addition to the loop round St Catherine's Water Meadow just downstream, or to a trip up to Godalming and back.

I have explored this stretch a few times recently (December 2016). There is one point where fallen trees and debris makes the river impassable in either direction, an a short portage is required. Just downstream of the obstruction is a short stretch over a shingle bank which gets much shallower and the flow increases sharply to be almost a rapid. You can however come ashore easily enough directly upstream of the obstruction and relaunch about 50 metres downstream. To locate this obstruction, look at the OS 25k map and it is just by the NT Oakleaf symbol on the map

Apart from this, the only real obstruction comprises a fallen tree blocking about 2/3rds of the width, with smaller branches just under the surface on the remaining third, which you can bump your way over, probably easier downstream than upstream. To locate this obstruction, it is about 100 metres south of the Tilthams Corner Road bridge.
Paddle Point
Send, Surrey, UK

One of the great things about paddling the River Wey in Surrey is the amount of loop routes there are which negates the need for shuttle runs. This route is an amalgamation of other loop routes in the area and is ideal for an extended paddle. The route is about 10.5 miles of which about 4 miles are paddling against the flow leaving the other 6 or so miles being pushed along allowing you to enjoy being on the River Wey Navigation and the natural River Wey as it meanders around the Surrey Countryside.
There is usually ample parking at the put in at the old Tannery in Send and the route takes you past the historical ruins of Woking Palace and Newark Priory. There is a portage across fields near the old paper mill in Old Woking (now flats) and a trolley is always useful.

Please note that a licence is required for all craft on the River Wey and Godalming Navigations. The BCU/Canoe England membership includes the Canal and Rivers Trust licence, and by agreement with the National Trust this covers the Wey.
Paddle Point
Godalming, Surrey, UK

Canoe hire available from Farncombe Boathouse

http://www.farncombeboats.co.uk/rowing.htm

Prices as of 28/7/2013 for open 2 person canoe - £100 deposit then £10 per hour.

Paddle Point
Godalming, Surrey, UK

It is possible to paddle above here, but involves negotiating weirs etc.

Paddle Point
Godalming, Surrey, UK

Put in at wharf. Pay & Display parking nearby.

Please note that a licence is required for all craft on the River Wey and Godalming Navigations. The BCU/Canoe England membership includes the Canal and Rivers Trust licence, and by agreement with the National Trust this covers the Wey.
Paddle Point
Godalming, Surrey, UK

Portage river left. Slightly awkward if solo as you have to cross road & open gate.
Alternative is to go under the bridge and portage river right, but the get out is high onto a stone platform and then up steps.

Paddle Point
Godalming, Surrey, UK

Put in below bridge & lock. On road parking nearby can be very busy.

Please note that a licence is required for all craft on the River Wey and Godalming Navigations. The BCU/Canoe England membership includes the Canal and Rivers Trust licence, and by agreement with the National Trust this covers the Wey.
Paddle Point
Godalming, Surrey, UK

Large Beefeater type pub with access from the riverside towpath. Nice big garden.

Paddle Point
Shalford, Surrey, UK

Slightly strenuous portage river left, due to steepish bank below lock.

The correct name of this lock is Unstead Lock.
Paddle Point
Shalford, Surrey, UK

Put in from bank under the bridge.

Parking on grass verge between road and cycle path. There is an "opening" in the kurb a hundred yards or so up from bridge, allowing easy car access to the grass.

The put in at Shalford Bridge

Please note that a licence is required for all craft on the River Wey and Godalming Navigations. The BCU/Canoe England membership includes the Canal and Rivers Trust licence, and by agreement with the National Trust this covers the Wey.
The correct name of this bridge is Broadford Bridge (on Broadford Road).
Paddle Point
Shalford, Surrey, UK

This small weir can be portaged on the right to gain access to the lovely meandering river below. This is turn leads back to the Navigation after a mile, meaning a circuit can be paddled via St Catherine's lock.

In recent high water the weir had one gate (2nd one away from the house) completely open this creates a very strong flow straight under the trunk of the over-hanging willow, with very little visibility of where it went after that.
The weir is currently being worked on. You therefore need to portage from about 30 yards upstream of the weir cut, where there is a grassy patch under a tree, and a path through the undergrowth to the river below the weir.
The weir has now been replaced, and work finished. Large metal edge pilings have been added, which make it easy to get out above the weir, however as they have sharp tops, the portage as above is probably better. Once the grass grows up over the metal edging, it may be easier and shorter there.
The new weir appears to be more "open" rather than a sharp vertical drop, and the flow can be very fast and boily below it.
Paddle Point
Shalford, Surrey, UK

Can be portaged easily on either bank.

Paddle Point
Guildford, Surrey, UK

Best portage is down across grass to river, a few yards before the lock approaching from upstream.

Paddle Point
Guildford, Surrey, UK

Parking is in the Pay and Display carpark on Millmead. Then its a short walk over the footbridge to the island in the centre of the river next to the lock.

You can also park in the council office car park at weekends and evening beyond millmead car park
Paddle Point
Guildford, Surrey, UK

Paddle Point
Guildford, Surrey, UK

Small Pay & Display car park on Woodbridge Road in Guildford, right next to the river.

Note fairly low height barrier at narrow entrance. Works for my Mondeo with a Prospector on top, but is pretty tight.
Please note that a licence is required for all craft on the River Wey and Godalming Navigations. The BCU/Canoe England membership includes the Canal and Rivers Trust licence, and by agreement with the National Trust this covers the Wey.
Parking is now £3.20 per day (no other rates) from 1st April 2015. access to the river is ok, either a uneven mud/grass bank or re-enforced bank which is higher, both possible if careful.
Paddle Point
Guildford, Surrey, UK

http://www.weykayak.co.uk/

Paddle Point
Guildford, Surrey, UK

Put in across grass from small grassy area just next door to the Rowbarge pub.

Parking on the street.

Please note that a licence is required for all craft on the River Wey and Godalming Navigations. The BCU/Canoe England membership includes the Canal and Rivers Trust licence, and by agreement with the National Trust this covers the Wey.
Paddle Point
Guildford, Surrey, UK

All the weirs here are impassable sluice gates on private land, and there is no portage option.

Paddle Point
Guildford, Surrey, UK

There is a tree down near to the A3 bridge. You can paddle towards the right of it however there was other debris is the water such as traffic cones on 06/12/2012.

Flagged as Still a hazard
As of today the tree is still down but is still passable to the right although still debris in the water. There were swans on a nest on the right bank immediately after the bridge and defensive over their cygnets. The river is narrow here so probably best to avoid the area at the moment so as not to provoke them.

Paddle Point
Guildford, Surrey, UK

There is a tree down around this location. You can paddle around it to the right as you are heading upstream towards Stoke Mill.

(The attached photo is the downstream view)

Flagged as Still a hazard
Paddle Point
Guildford, Surrey, UK

This is the oldest pound lock on the Wey Navigation, and a contender for the oldest in England.

Fortunately the old navigators thought about canoe portages, and there is an easy grassy slope between the upper moorings and a lower platform.


Paddle Point
Guildford, Surrey, UK

Put in from grassy bank upstream of bridge a few yards. There is an easier bank a few hundred yards downstream towards the lock if preferred.

Parking is at the other end of Bowers Lane, about 150 yds from the river. There is a 2.0m height barrier on the entrance, but the steeply sloping entrance means it is possible that lower height canoes-on-cars will still hit the barrier.
Better is to drop the canoe off at the river first, then move the car.

Please note that a licence is required for all craft on the River Wey and Godalming Navigations. The BCU/Canoe England membership includes the Canal and Rivers Trust licence, and by agreement with the National Trust this covers the Wey.
Paddle Point
Guildford, Surrey, UK

There is a flat area to put in/get out to the right of the lock when heading downstream however you have to get down a slope. The slope is quite steep and slippery when it gets muddy.

Paddle Point
Guildford, Surrey, UK

This weir can be portaged on the left, allowing you to paddle the natural river below. There are possibly tree blockages between here and Send, normally cleared by local paddlers.

Run the natural river three times in the last 6 weeks (Nov 2013). There are numerous trees across river especially after the Church, none to tricky to go around though, however care is advised.
Paddle Point
Send, Surrey, UK

Portage on River Right

Paddle Point
Send, Surrey, UK

Put in from the towpath. A footpath leads form Potters Lane, where there is limited parking, to the bank.

The narrow footpath mentioned before is becoming a real "bomb alley"...of dog poo. I therefore now tend to drop the canoe by the road bridge by the New Inn, lock it to a tree, then park up.
The footpath is easy to miss when driving along Potters Lane. It is opposite 29 and looks like this


The footpath is narrow and lined with holly so take care that you don't snag your cag/dry suit. It is probably more suited as a put in for kayaks that can be carried the distance rather than an open canoe which is a tight squeeze down there. As Mal pointed out, there is a lot of dog poo. Parking is still very limited on Potters Lane.
Please note that a licence is required for all craft on the River Wey and Godalming Navigations. The BCU/Canoe England membership includes the Canal and Rivers Trust licence, and by agreement with the National Trust this covers the Wey.
Paddle Point
Send, Surrey, UK

Sometimes allow you to launch from here, but as car park is very small, its not always possible.
Good real ale.

Paddle Point
Send, Surrey, UK

It has been reported that this portage is across private land


It is possible to portage the old paperworks (being converted into housing as at Dec 2011), by getting out here, crossing the field keeping R of the buildings, then getting into the pool below by crossing a tree-lined ditch..

Start of portage



Portaging round the mill


Putting in below the mill
Paddle Point
Send, Surrey, UK

Put in just over footbridge after walking down the side of the building. Park by bend in road on gravel on the opposite side from the path.




Please note that a licence is required for all craft on the River Wey and Godalming Navigations. The BCU/Canoe England membership includes the Canal and Rivers Trust licence, and by agreement with the National Trust this covers the Wey.
Paddle Point
Send, Surrey, UK

Portage river right

Paddle Point
Ripley, Surrey, UK

Put in from river bank. Parking a few hundred yards away, note low barrier at entrance.

Please note that a licence is required for all craft on the River Wey and Godalming Navigations. The BCU/Canoe England membership includes the Canal and Rivers Trust licence, and by agreement with the National Trust this covers the Wey.
Paddle Point
Ripley, Surrey, UK

Not runnable, not easy to portage and there is a low bridge just below it.

Better to portage the alternative weir just to the left.



The get out is where the red canoe is and follow the track through to the put in on the other side of the weir.
Paddle Point

Not a weir that can be run, but portaging river left is straightforward enough.

The get out is where the red canoe is, follow the trail through the trees to the other side of the weir.


View of the put in and weir.
Paddle Point
Ripley, Surrey, UK

This weir is the gateway to descending the natural lower River Wey as it winds its way to Weybridge. It is then possible to return via the Navigation. The weir is portaged river right, can be a few nettles. It is possible fishermen will resent your presence here.

Paddle Point
Woking, Surrey, UK

It is easy to launch from the side above the lock. However there is no car parking here. There is a small layby on the road, on the opposite bank from the pub, but it fills up quickly.

The British Waterways Key opens the gate to the small parking area by the lock, but this is for the use of folk with moorings and a NT permit is required.

In the past I have happily dropped canoes off here using the gate, then moved the cars, but is seems it is getting less tolerated possibly due to overuse, so please remain very polite if you do so.

The Anchor pub with the lock in the background.
You can launch here fro downstream trips, or from the bank opposite, visible on the right, with a small amount of parking next to it.



Above the lock. The parking in the background is accessible for those with a BW key, but you can only drop off, not park and may meet resistance from boat residents. Better to park roadside on the opposite bank to the pub, though there is limited space.

Please note that a licence is required for all craft on the River Wey and Godalming Navigations. The BCU/Canoe England membership includes the Canal and Rivers Trust licence, and by agreement with the National Trust this covers the Wey.
Paddle Point
Woking, Surrey, UK

Portage river right. Slightly awkward if using a trolley as you have to cross road and then duck canoe under gate.
The pub used to allow parking here, if you bought food or a pint, but no longer seem to do so & we were told to forget it quite rudely.

Paddle Point
Woking, Surrey, UK

Handy big pub right by the navigation.

Previously allowed paddlers to park there if using the pub later. On last visit the manager was aggressively unfriendly and wouldn't let us park despite ringing ahead to check it was OK.

Paddle Point
Byfleet, Surrey, UK

Parking is at the end of Old Parvis road (west) and to portage, follow the footpath round the back of the small boatyard and put in under the main road bridge where there is a low concrete edge to the tow path.

Paddle Point
Byfleet, Surrey, UK

A small weir next to Byfleet Mill. To access this from upstream you must find the small mill leat on the left just as you swing right and large posh gardens appear in front of you. Follow the leat for 1/4 mile and just before the obvious weir climb out on left over large tree trunks. Slightly awkward, onto drive, go down this 20 yards and cross lane through gate straight ahead. 50 yards down on the other side is a convenient beach. This portage is a bit of a pain. House owners opposite seem very happy to see people using their canoes here.

Paddle Point
Addlestone, Surrey, UK

Easy put in just above lock with parking in large layby adjacent.

Please note that a licence is required for all craft on the River Wey and Godalming Navigations. The BCU/Canoe England membership includes the Canal and Rivers Trust licence, and by agreement with the National Trust this covers the Wey.
Paddle Point
Addlestone, Surrey, UK

Portage river right, take care crossing a busy road.

Paddle Point
Addlestone, Surrey, UK

Canalside pub can be reached from a small backwater just downstream of the lock.

Paddle Point
Addlestone, Surrey, UK

Portage river right

Paddle Point
Weybridge, Surrey, UK

Easy launch above lock.

Parking across road in Weystone Road car park.

Please note that a licence is required for all craft on the River Wey and Godalming Navigations. The BCU/Canoe England membership includes the Canal and Rivers Trust licence, and by agreement with the National Trust this covers the Wey.
Paddle Point
Weybridge, Surrey, UK

Lock that joins the Wey Navigation with the natural river. To portage this (coming downstream), you have to cross road on river left, and use steeply sloping bridge to access the junction below.

Paddle Point
Weybridge, Surrey, UK

Put in from highish bank below the junction of canal and river.

TO access you have to portage over an inclined bridge from the road.

Parking a short distance away in Weystone Road.

The put-in



The bridge - there are gaps in the "grips" which let a trolley wheels through.