Russell Zenthon tel: 07833 462 707 email:

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Kushi Adventures


Some reading recommendations, we have them on our bookshelves.


Canoe and Kayak Handbook:

The Handbook of the British Canoe Union. - Covers all aspects of canoeing and kayaking.

Scottish Canoe Touring:

An SCA Canoe and Kayak Guide. - Lots of ideas for canoe and kayak journeys.

Path of the Paddle:

Bill Mason - Old but very inspirational and still relevant.

Song of the Paddle:

Bill Mason - Canoe Journeys


There are many great sailing books out there. The RYA handbooks are good for simple no nonsense information [lots of pictures] The RYA Shop


Rock Climbing Essential Skills & Techniques:

Libby Peter. Published by Mountain Leader Training UK - Packed with essential information and techniques

Hill Walking

Hillwalking :

The official handbook of the Mountain Leader and Walking Group Leader schemes. Published by Mountain Leader Training UK - The book is a reference tool for every walker as well as those who wish to lead in the hills.

Mountain Navigation :

Peter Cliff - Expert advice to keep you on track.

Navigation for Walkers :

Julian Tippett - This book is aimed primarily at people starting to do their own walks, or maybe graduating from guide books to maps.

Weather for Hillwalkers & Climbers :

Malcolm Thomas - Invaluable for anyone who needs to be able to understand and interpret weather systems.


Mountain Travel Handbook :

Paul Deegan - If you're planning a trek or expedition, this pocket size book spills the beans on every aspect of the perfect trip. From essential equipment tips and medical advice to mountain photograhy, it's all here.

The Royal Geographical Society Expedition Handbook :

The primary source of information on all aspects of planning an expedition from inception to the final report. It is packed full of practical information and advice for anyone planning field research, an adventurous, or schools expedition overseas.


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