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£40 per person Age: 12+ (under 18's must be accompanied by a participating adult) 90 minutes
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Designed for beginners, our Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) lessons are ideal for those looking to develop a new skill and feel more confident exploring the water by Paddleboard.

You’ll spend 1.5 hours with an instructor who will start from the very beginning, covering everything from safely carrying the board, getting to your feet, paddling and maneuvering and how to respond in an emergency.

Lessons take place at Kielder reservoir with breath-taking views across the water. It’s an activity not to be missed.

Age: 12 years+ (Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult)

Price: £40 per person

Session length: 1 hour 30 minutes

Swimming ability: participants must be competent swimmers.

5mm wetsuit provided, feel free to bring your own.

Buoyancy aid provided

Swimming costume (shorts) to wear underneath the wetsuit.

Old trainers you don’t mind getting wet.

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  • What our customers have to say

    "Had a wonderful time will return next year loved every minute."

  • What our customers have to say

    "Very nice quiet location, plenty to keep families entertained."

  • What our customers have to say

    "Relaxing away from the stresses of life and work, in beautiful surroundings. Plenty of walks for our dog."

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