Lee Valley White Water Centre
  • Lee Valley White Water Centre
  • Lee Valley White Water Centre
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Are you looking for an exhilarating day out filled with adventure and excitement? Discover Lee Valley White Water Centre, nestled within the expansive Lee Valley Regional Park and situated just a stone's throw away from Essex, is the perfect destination for thrill seekers. Dive into the heart pounding experience of tackling the same white water rafting course that was used during the London 2012 Games.

For those craving adventure, a wealth of possibilities await: embark on a white water rafting adventure, glide through the waters with kayaking, brave the currents with Hydrospeeding, master balance with Paddleboarding, or dip your toes in with Open Water swimming. If a different kind of challenge is on your radar, test your mettle on the inflatable assault course with Water Wipeout, situated on the lake.

Should you prefer to stay dry and relish the sight of your loved ones navigating the twists and turns of the rapids, the open air terrace provides the perfect vantage point. 

Led by qualified coaches, you can ride the waves with confidence, or share the adrenalin rush by gifting vouchers to friends and family who share a passion for high energy activities at Lee Valley White Water Centre. What are you waiting for? Book a visit to Lee Valley White Water Centre today.

 

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Guide Prices

Rafting from £60pp. The centre offers a variety of packages available for individuals and groups. See website for more details.

Facilities

Accessibility

  • Disabled access

Catering

  • On-site catering
  • On-site light refreshments
  • Picnic site

Target Markets

  • Coach parties accepted

Map & Directions

Road Directions

From junction 26 of the M25: Follow the A121 towards Waltham Abbey. Continue forward over each roundabout. At T-junction (facing Royal Gunpowder Mills) turn left towards Waltham Cross along Highbridge Street. The entrance to the centre is after approximately 100m on the right.

From junction 25 of the M25: Join the A10 towards Hertford. At the first roundabout turn right onto the B198 for Waltham Cross. Turn right at the next roundabout and left at a further roundabout to join Eleanor Cross Road / Station Road for one mile. The entrance to the centre is on the left.

Public Transport Directions

There are bus routes and train stations close to the venue. If you’d like to plan your journey by bus or train get started with Transport for London's journey planner.

Lee Valley White Water Centre

Type:Outdoor Pursuits Centre

Station Road, Waltham Cross, Hertfordshire, EN9 1AB

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