Lulworth to Ringstead. Sea Kayaking on the Jurassic Coast

The Isle of Portland Canoe Club chose a fine day to paddle from Lulworth Cove to Ringstead.  Blue skies, sunshine and no wind.

We launched from Lulworth Cove

Ready to launch at Lulworth Cove

Ready to launch at Lulworth Cove

We paddled along the coast to Stair Hole having fun playing amongst the rocks.


P1010893Playing in the rocksPlaying in the rocks

After paddling through Durdle Door and Bats Hole

Paddling through Durdle Door

Paddling through Durdle Door

The Old Bat at Bats Head

The Old Bat at Bats Head

we rounded White Nothe

White Nothe

White Nothe

and stopped at Ringstead for lunch.

Lunch break at Ringstead

Lunch break at Ringstead

The sun still shone on the way back to Lulworth

Paddling back towards Lulworth Cove

Paddling back towards Lulworth Cove

and we came back through Bats Hole

Husband paddling through Bats Head

Husband paddling through Bats Head

We slid into Stair Hole to admire the folded rocks

Rock formations at Stair Hole

Rock formations at Stair Hole

We returned to Lulworth Cove as the light was fading.

Returning to Lulworth Cove

Returning to Lulworth Cove

Some of us practiced some rolling Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!

Rolling practice

Rolling practice

and others stayed dry and practiced edging.

Edging practice

Edging practice

We had a splendid day out with fantastic weather for November.

Packing up at the end of the paddle at Lulworth Cove

Packing up at the end of the paddle at Lulworth Cove

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