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Stand Up Paddleboarding in North Yorkshire

Stand Up Paddleboarding in North Yorkshire

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£45.00 / ticket

Details

Stand up paddleboarding is currently taking the nation by storm and for anyone looking for an alternative to kayaking or surfing, it is a must try. Head down to Yorkshire's Saltburn Beach for an introduction to the sport and to learn all the essentials from a fully-qualified paddleboarding instructor. Begin on the sand with a 20 - 30 minute dry land lesson which includes a safety briefing - then prepare for action! Wade into the sea and spend a whole hour testing out your brand new paddleboarding skills, with the instructor on-hand to offer tips and guidance. Who knows - after a short time in the sea, you could even be gliding across the water like a pro!

Availability

Every weekend from April until the end of October. Weekday dates can be made available on request, please check with us.

Weather

Call the day before to confirm go ahead. Conditions on the day determine the best surfing location. For safety, if instructors deem conditions are unsuitable, they will directly rebook another mutually convenient date.

Numbers On Day

Share the lesson with five others, plus a fully-qualified instructor.

Spectators

Spectators are welcome to watch from the beach.

Dress Code

Please bring a swimming costume, towel, waterproof sunblock, sunglasses and warm clothing. All paddleboarding equipment is supplied.

Guidelines

Northbound, exit the M1 at junction 47 onto A1(M) until junction 49. Merge onto A168 Thirsk, continue onto A19 until Parkway Roundabout, then take 3rd exit onto A174. At Quarry Lane roundabout take 2nd exit onto Marske Road, turn left onto Glenside and bear left onto Marine Parade. Southbound or from Middlesbrough take the A66 Teesport, join the A174 towards Saltburn and follow instructions above.

Restrictions

Minimum age is 12. Participants must be able to swim a minimum of 50 metres and have a good level of fitness. A fitness declaration must be signed on the day.