The adventure continues on the River Spey. In this section the river starts moving as the gradient changes. There have been a few riffles and grade 1 sections so far, with a few tree hazards to negotiate but now the river is picking up volume and flow rate. Kevin needs to negotiate some rapids, including the long rocky section at Grantown. At the beginning of the day Ray runs through procedures with throw bags, just in case. Communication is important, particularly in dynamic, moving water environments. The problem is, of course, moving water is noisy. So a series of agreed hand signals is required…
Scotland’s Spey River Paddle & Whisky Tour – Part 3
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Previous Sections Of This Series
Watch part 1 here: Watch Canoeing The River Spey With Kevin, Ray & Justine Curgenven – part 1
Watch part 2 here: Canoeing The Spey With Kevin, Ray & Justine part 2 – A Few Campfire Tricks