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Sport Info

What you need to know about Rowing!

About Gorge Narrows Rowing Club

Gorge Narrows has been providing an amazing source for rowers of all ages to get together and row for over 20 years. We have rowers of all skill ranges with different levels of competitiveness.


The Gorge Narrows Rowing Club is located on the historic Gorge Waterway, just south of the Selkirk Trestle Bridge, and is an active partner in the Victoria Harbour Community. The 2940 Jutland Road location lands us on the northern bay of the Upper Harbour, with easy training access to the north and south.


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Class Information

This program teaches participants everything you need to know to get out and enjoy the sport of rowing!  Sculling is rowing with two oars. It is a symmetrical, low impact, all body fitness activity that has been enjoyed in Canada since the late 19th century.


Learn the art of sculling on the beautiful Gorge Waterway with experienced, professional, and fun coaches.

What to Bring?

All equipment is provided for you on site!


Participants should wear athletic gear that can get wet, bring sunscreen and a water bottle.

# of Participants

Rowing boats are 4-person hulls.  There will be a maximum 12 participants. 


Depending on interest, we may increase the maximum registration numbers.

Skill Level

Open skill level, everyone welcome, no experience necessary!


When registering, please enter your skill rating (beginner = 1, Experienced = 10).  This will help us divide everyone into boats according to experience.  You will also be assessed during the first week by the coaches and put in the boat they feel is the best fit for you.  

Additional League Information

All paddlers receive:


1) Participants must have fun!

2) Please arrive 15 minutes early as the class begins at 6:15pm sharp.


The VSSC Rowing program will take place at the beautiful Gorge Narrows Rowing Club (2940 Jutland Road).