The River Great Ouse and its tributaries
including the Rivers Cam, Lark, Little Ouse & Wissey, Hundred Foot River, Relief Channel
including the Rivers Cam, Lark, Little Ouse and Wissey, Hundred Foot River, Relief Channel and the tidal Ouse to King’s Lynn
Restructured to start at the head of navigation at Kempston, upstream of Bedford, this guide takes you downstream along the full length of the navigable River Great Ouse and then up its accessible river tributaries
This sixth edition has been expanded to include an extra 60 miles of navigable waterways not previously detailed, including the tidal section to Kings Lynn and gems such as the Cambridge Backs World Heritage site.
Imray’s popular inland waterways guides are being revised with experienced boat-owners and navigators from the Inland Waterways Association. This new guide has been written by Chris Howes, Deputy National Chairman, Eastern Region Chairman and past Peterborough Branch Chairman of the IWA. Chris has spent much of his life living on or near the River Great Ouse and is a knowledgeable enthusiast for the area. His navigation notes are the result of his most recent on-the-water research, enriched with supplementary narrative and photographs highlighting numerous points of interest. With a completely new design and layout, information on moorings, facilities and services is enhanced with quick reference tables alongside the plans.
For anyone planning to explore these waterways, this is your invaluable, don’t-leave-home-without-it guide.
- Stock code IB0212-2
- Author Chris Howes
- Publisher Imray
- ISBN 9781786792464
- Edition 6th
- Edition date 2021
- Publication details 234 x 159mm. Spiral bound. 4-colour No supplement available