Lee Valley White Water Centre
Lee Valley White Water Centre is the place to be for unforgettable experiences, family fun and an adrenaline rush. Easy accessible from London, there are plenty of activities on offer including white water rafting, canoeing, kayaking and more.
Opening times vary.
Other things to do nearby
Herts young Mariners Base is an outdoor activity centre next door to YHA London Lee Valley.
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