Our Most EXCITING Day of Narro [...]
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Owner: Gone with the Wynns

Our Most EXCITING Day of Narrowboating!


Location: Llangollen
Latitude: 52.97000000
Longitude: -3.17000000
Published: 4 Jun 2023

This is our biggest day on the canals! We leave England, cross the highest aqueduct in the world, go through the longest, darkest tunnel in Wales and make our way to the source of it all, horseshoe falls. We've dubbed it the MOST DANGEROUS NARROWBOAT ADVENTURE in Great Britain!

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We have crossed a lot of borders by land, air, and sea.  But never have we ever had anything as stunning, or as memorable, as this crossing from England to Wales by narrowboat.

If I had to describe navigating the Llangollen canal in one sentence, it would be: High action in slow motion.  The first 11 miles are designated as a world heritage site for its beauty and historic engineering…and it’s easy to see why.

Join us today as we cross the stream in the sky (aka the highest aqueduct in the world), go through the longest, darkest tunnel in Wales and make our way to the source of it all, horseshoe falls.  This is the day we’ve been waiting for and the whole reason we choose this canal as our first narrowboat adventure.  And no, it won’t be our last!

WE’RE JASON AND NIKKI WYNN. A couple of modern-day documentarians, perpetual travelers, and seekers of tall tales.

We’ve been chasing our curiosity around the world on wheels and keels since 2011. Why? Because curiosity is the key to unlocking life. It pushes us outside our comfort zone, softens our assumptions, and helps us embrace the great unknown. The more we let our curiosity lead the way, the more we discover about ourselves and the world around us.

Our home is also our transportation and we spend weeks away from civilization and sometimes land. Self-reliance and living a sustainable lifestyle are a must. It's all about managing our resources and we’re always looking for new and better ways to do so.

We've lived off the grid for over 10 years now in everything from a Van to RV to a Sailboat. And over time we have learned a lot about renewable energy, creating safe drinking water, and managing our waste.

Our journey is ever-evolving but the mission remains the same: #CultivateCuriosity

Timestamps if you like to Jump Around:

00:00 The Ultimate NarrowBoat Trip: The Langollen Canal
00:42 Morning Routine Maintenance on a Narrowboat
01:37 The Canal that’s a UNESCO World Heritage site
04:38 Longest, Darkest Tunnel in Wales
06:37 Crossing into Wales by Boat
09:56 The Most Dangerous Stretch of Canal
12:45 A Fouled Prop on the Narrowboat
14:33 Historic Canal Lift Bridge
16:30 The Highest Aqueduct in the UK: Pontcysyllte
18:52 Insane Turn & a Crazy Narrow Bridge
20:47 A Most Beautiful Stretch of Canal
23:56 Cutest Lambs in the World!
24:51 The Narrows of Llangollen
26:58 Llangollen: Marina, Cask Ale & Historic Town
30:11 The Source of the Canal: Horseshoe Falls


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