Stand Up Paddle Boarding is a growing hobby all around the world! If you are around a body of water (especially during the warmer months) you are highly likely to see at least one person paddle boarding!
Living in Michigan during the winter months brings about some pretty harsh winter conditions, like frozen over lakes, blistering wind and below freezing temps. So how do you continue to use your boards? We get asked this questions A LOT…and the answer is WE GET CREATIVE!
Here are a few pictures from last weekend, where we went sledding and paddled around in the icebergs!
The master behind the photos is Mark Goethel– a good friend of Kwin and I’s who is an awesome action photographer/videographer.
Group Toboggan is all fun and games…until you notice you’re going right for a tree!
It has always been a Dream of Kwin’s to paddle on an Ice Chunk! He also brought his Paddle Boards with him for Safety (just in case!) Notice he is also wearing a Wetsuit!
Kwin and I love waking up early and paddling first thing in the morning! It’s always to peaceful and a great way to start the day.
Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean you can’t get outside and enjoy the water! Get creative, get out of your comfort zone and JUST DO IT!
If you’re looking for a very durable paddle boards check out the ones at Tahoe SUP!
Mine: 11’6″ Bliss
Kwin: 14′ Tallac
Inflatables: 11′ and 12′ Alpine Explorer.