This is the site where all paddlers including kayakers, canoeists, and rafters can find out what the river levels are in Scotland (including dam release information). Kayaking conditions are calculated using river level guage data collected at regular intervals from SEPA. If you didn’t know about it before then I hope this helps.
Website link: //www.wheresthewater.com/
Disclaimer: Please use this service as a tool to help you get to the river at the right water level but remember there is no substitute for personal risk assessment and carefully checking the water conditions before going afloat. The decision on whether to paddle or not, and any consequences arising from that decision remain yours and yours alone.
Very informative post. Thanks for taking the time to share your view with us.
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