Trinity Broads Canoe Trails
Due to invasive aquatic species the venue for all Trinity trails has been changed - Please contact us for information.
These trails will explore the wildlife havens of the five Trinity Broads - Ormesby, Rollesby, Lily, Ormesby Little and Filby - which are peaceful and tranquil because they are isolated from the main river system. Only electric engines, rowing boats and sailing boats are permitted, and public launching of canoes is not allowed.
Because canoeing is silent and low in the water it is the perfect way to get close to the rare, and sometimes shy wildlife of the Broads. The Trinity Broads, which are a SSSI (Site of Special Scientific Interest) and a Broads Special Area of Conservation(SAC) are home to many species of wildlife including otters, bitterns and marsh harriers. Tufted duck, shoveller, gadwall and pochard over winter there. When the water is clear shoals of fish and stands of thriving water plants can be seen.