White Water SUP
From Flat Water to Moving Water...
Paddle boarding is one of the fastest growing sports in the UK. Scotland has endless opportunities in terms of water to paddle on and enjoy.
Why not take your paddle boarding to another level and get out on the rivers?
River paddling is a great way to explore the wilderness; from tranquil river stretches to fast flowing white water. It is important to be aware of the dangers of paddling on rivers and therefore it is crucial to have knowledge on safety equipment, access & environment and potential hazards.
How to get started?
Flat water SUP is beautiful, it is tranquil, it is relaxing, but once you try
paddling on rapids and moving water, this opens up a whole new dimension
It is a challenge, it provides a thrill, there is that adrenaline rush and there are
so many different features to play on. Paddling on White Water - you'll never
It is key to be comfortable on your paddleboard on flat water and have the
confidence and ability to self rescue yourself before giving white water sup
a try. On a river, reactions are quicker, skills are needed to move the body
around quickly and adjust your body position & stance for you to be as
effective and efficient as possible.
Learning the skills for the river will give you a lot of confidence in your paddling. Booking onto an introduction to white water session is a good place to start.
These sessions look at how to keep yourself safe on the river; what equipment is needed to paddle on moving water, body position on the board; effectiveness and efficiency and looking at the different features you come across on the river.
Contact us below for more information and to book onto an intro to white-water SUP session.
Get in touch to arrange your day on the river!