Stand up Paddleboarding BarmouthBarmouth, Snowdonia
Stand up Paddleboarding, Barmouth, Snowdonia
With a passion for the beautiful scenery of Barmouth and seeing it from a Paddleboard, you’ll have an amazing outdoor adventure with SUP Barmouth!
Their aim is to show you how to enjoy safely getting out on the water in this amazing part of Snowdonia and above all to have fun! They offer Stand Up Paddleboard Lessons and guided tours consisting of a one hour lesson, a two-hour lesson or a 6 mile guided trip down the Mawddach Estuary with the tide. Where better to learn this popular watersport than in such spectacular surroundings of Snowdonia? All SUP coaches are BSUPA Qualified and know the local waters like the back of their hands. To book sessions or to find out more, simply call, text or email.
Children must be 8 or older for Kayaking and Coasteering activities
We are available for bookings all year round weather permitting. We use good quality 5mm winter wetsuits with boots and gloves for when it’s really cold so we don’t close down at all. Cold calm days in the winter can be stunning out on the water!
All sessions must be pre-booked
Can you hire equipment?
Included in lesson/tour price but also do hire equipment - due to the strong currents in Barmouth, they only hire out equipment to people who have had a lesson with them first.
Can you get instruction?
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