6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Already learned the basics? Take the next step and build on your existing SUP skills. Our 2.5 hour advanced stand up paddleboarding skills course teaches you skills and knowledge to safely paddle inland waterways with wind and waves. Skills covered include pivot turns, draw strokes, foot positions, upwind and downwind paddling, edging, bracing, and more!
Paddlers will be awarded with the Paddle Canada Advanced SUP Certification, which prepares you for our other SUP skills courses, such as our introduction to river course. Also included is a one day SUP rental on any day of your choice, so you will have plenty of extra time to practice your new paddling skills!
Warning: You will have lots of fun and you will get wet during this course!
Prerequisites: Successful completion of our Basic SUP Skills course or equivalent experience. Contact us if you have any questions.
Age/Physical Requirements: Participants must be at least 12 years old and should be in reasonable physical condition.
- Stand up paddleboard, paddle, leash, PFD, and whistle.
- 2.5 hours of SUP instruction from certified and experienced Paddle Canada instructors
This course will run with a maximum of 6 students per instructor. See our course calendar for additional course dates.
Gear and Clothing
We provide the technical paddling gear that you will need appropriate to the course as part of your course costs:
- Brand name paddleboards by Blue Planet, and Riviera.
- Adjustable paddle, leash, PFD, and signal whistle.
- You are welcome to bring and learn on your own paddling gear if you have it.
You will need to bring your own personal gear and clothing for the session:
- Cold water immersion clothing is a must. As a minimum we recommend a shorty style neoprene wetsuit or one-piece neoprene paddle top combined with neoprene shorts or leggings.
- For warmer season/conditions: quick-dry or warm-when-wet outdoor athletic gear. Think paddle tops, rashguards, breathable hiking layers, merino wool, boardshorts, athletic swimwear.
- Insulating layers, weatherproof shell layers.
- Towel and warm, dry change of clothes (just in case!)
- Secure protective footwear such as water shoes, paddle shoes, neoprene paddle/surf booties or sport sandals.
- Headwear: sun hat, toque (warm hat), sunglasses with straps.
- Any personal first aid, medications, sunscreen etc.
- Waterproof and floatable camera.
- High energy snacks, drinking water.
Manitoba Canoe & Kayak Center
80 Churchill Drive
Course Date & Time
August 17, 2017
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Bookings are closed for this event.
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