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Canoeing - Log Cabin Camp

You won’t find white water rapids at Log Cabin Camp but Canoeing on our picturesque lake may help to inspire images of Davey Crocket and the likes. Together with timing and co-operation the conoeing team can soon hoan their skills to discover a new water frontier.

Canoeing is considered to be a specialised activity as miss-use of the equipment or poor supervision has the potential to harm participants.

The aim of the activity is to provide participants with a new recreation experience, developing their psychomotor skills, increase their self-confidence and to teach them the fundamental skills and safety issues associated with canoeing and water activities.

At the conclusion of the activity participants should be able to:

Two boys padding in a green canoe
Group of students canoeing under bridge
Two students padding in green canoe
School group rafting up on in canoeing activity
Boys padding in orange canoe
Two boys paddling through reeds in orange canoe
Students getting ready to launch canoes
Two students practising paddling
Activity instructor teaching students about padding
Students getting ready for Canoeing

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