Salt Ash Passage - Kayaking Trails

Salt Ash Passage - Kayaking Trails


Saltash Passage (as it has become known) is on the Devon side of the River Tamar, opposite Saltash. Shown on maps as 'Riverside', which is the official name, it is part of St Budeaux, which in turn forms part of the city of Plymouth, Devon. Saltash Passage lies at the northern end of Wolseley Road, previously known as Ferry Road. The local railway station continues to be known as Ferry Road Station. Saltash Passage is named after the ferry route that carried passengers and vehicles between Saltash in Cornwall and Plymouth, across the River Tamar. The ferry became uneconomic following the construction of the Tamar Bridge in 1961. Saltash Passage is a popular leisure destination in summer - with children crabbing, fishing and swimming, while their parents enjoy an open-air drink or two.

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Est. time
2 hours 45 minutes
Distance
2.5 km
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