International White Water Centre

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Built in 1995 at a cost of £2m and redeveloped in 2010/11 at a further cost of £4.6m, The International White Water Centre is owned by the Canal & River Trust and administered by Tees Active Ltd from the on-site watersports centre. The white water facility offers kayaking, whitewater slalom, playboating and white water rafting plus surfing on the 'surf wave'. The centre's facilities include log cabins, a placid practice pool; watersports centre, shop and cafe; carparking, camping, picnicing and caravanning areas; bandstand and landscaped amphitheatre, The Talpore pub, a restaurant and hotel. The course itself is a 'U' shaped loop, 250 m long, 7 m wide with a 3.7 m drop and a flow of 14 cumecs (m3/s). Visit official website


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