Explore the Somerset countryside the best way – by kayak. From Wall Eden Farm you and your friends or family can navigate the River Brue as far as Glastonbury, kayaking through miles of peaceful countryside; you may see kingfishers, herons, otters and an abundance of other wildlife along the way.

 “It was absolutely magical.  So beautiful and peaceful with so much to see – herons, swans and cygnets, kingfishers, swallows, huge fish and lots of different types of dragonflies” (from Jackie and Richard, Minehead)

Once you have booked please arrive 15 minutes before your adventure. Come and see us at the paddle sports reception and we will make sure you are fully equipped with everything you need for your canoeing adventure; this will include a buoyancy aid, paddle and dry bag. Please read the other sections below to ensure you bring everything else you might need with you. Once you are kitted out we will ask you to read our terms and conditions which will require signing prior to your start on the water. We will then make our way to the river, which is a short 50-meter walk, for a brief health and safety talk to ensure you know where to go and how to stay safe at all times. Your instructor will then help you launch from Wall Eden Adventure and you’ll head towards Glastonbury through the spectacular Somerset Levels. Once you’ve had enough just turn your kayak around and head back to Wall Eden Adventure.

The river is a historical waterway, allowing you to immerse yourself with the splendour of this ancient route as you paddle through miles of this beautiful untouched watercourse. The river has been used for well over a thousand years and has strong connections to the Romans and Anglo-Saxons, with ports at Langport, Glastonbury and Highbridge. As you travel up river you will see evidence of the home guards’ (WWII) presence in and around the area, with numerous pillboxes lining the banks of the Brue; part of a last-ditch defensive line to prevent enemies from invading from the south-west.

Parts of the river are safeguarded by an ecological conservation project managed by Somerset Wildlife Trust, with the aim of protecting the natural habitat, including the large array of wildlife; which you will hopefully encounter as you navigate the River Brue in your sit-on-top kayak.

If you are looking to book a half day (9am – 12:30pm or 1pm – 4:30pm) or day (9am – 4:30pm) please book online or contact us and we will be happy to help.



kayaking at Wall Eden Adventure bar and cafe at Wall Eden Farm
Solo kayak (seats 1 person):
  • Half day = £30.00
  • Full day = £45.00
Tandem Kayak (seats 2 people)
  • Half day = £45.00
  • Full day = £60.00
Half day session:
  • 09:00 - 12:30
  • 13:00 - 16:30
Full day session
  • 09:00 - 16:30
  • Kayak
  • Paddles
  • Buoyancy aids
  • Dry bag
  • Waterproof clothing (depending on the weather)
  • A spare change of clothes
  • Food and water (drinks are available from our shop)
  • Sun lotion
  • A cap/hat to protect you from the sun (depending on the weather)
  • Footwear you don’t mind getting wet (and possibly muddy)
  • We must always launch a minimum of two paddlers. Please don't book one single solo kayak unless it's alongside other watercraft in your booking.
  • It is essential that all those taking part are confident in the water and have an ability to swim if capsized - those who are unable to swim cannot take part in this activity.
  • Pre-booking is essential.
  • In order to make a booking you will need to be at least 18 years of age.
  • For an initial session to be created there must be a minimum of 2 people booked to create the slot.
  • Buoyancy aids must be worn at all times (on and near the water).
  • Wall Eden Adventure has the right to cancel or amend bookings.
  • Bookings are subject to weather conditions. If Wall Eden Adventure determines that the weather is unsuitable you will be offered to change the activity time, day or choice of activity (subject to availability).
  • You will be required to sign a document prior to the activity which includes important information regarding the safety rules and procedures of the activity. The signing of the document allows us to know that you have read and understood the rules and procedures.
  • If you or anyone in your party has any health issues such as, but not limited to, asthma, diabetes or a heart condition you must ensure your instructor is made aware of such conditions to ascertain whether you should be taking part in this activity.
  • Anyone with a history of epilepsy or are currently pregnant should not take part in this activity.
  • Do not participate if you are intoxicated. Anyone found under the influence of alcohol or any other substances will not be permitted to participate.
Please note age restrictions apply:
  • Anyone under the age of 4 cannot participate in this activity.
  • Those aged 13 or over will be permitted to use the one-man sit-on kayaks and the two man sit-in canoes, those aged 4 -13 will only be permitted to use a two man sit-in canoe or two man sit-on kayak when accompanied by a guardian of 18 or over.
  • All participants under the age of 18 will require full parental/guardian consent and be accompanied by the parent/guardian during the activity.