Can you imagine floating far above the ground as if you’re flying above it all? Standup Paddleboarding or SUP (for short) on Lake Tahoe gives you that chance. Due to Tahoe’s famed crystal-clear waters, you can see fifty or even sixty feet down as you paddle your way across a cove or inlet. Combine that with perfect temps and 300 days of sunshine a year, and you got yourself the best destination to try this amazing sport.
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Tahoe South’s Paddleboarding Guide
Paddleboarding is fast becoming one of the most popular water activities in the world. It’s easy to see why. To start, you get to spend time outside. It’s also a full body workout. And it allows you to have a bit of adventure. If it’s your first time or you’re an experienced paddler, Tahoe South is the perfect venue to shove off. Each of the lake’s most prominent SUP spots offer tours, rentals, equipment, and anything else you may need to have a safe and fun day out on the water. Beginners will love the south shore’s assortment of sandy beaches and warmer waters such as Kiva Beach, allowing you to take in the sights as well. Up to a bit more challenge? Explore the boulder strewn cove of Sand Harbor. And if you need a little competition to get the heart pumping, consider entering one of the many events, such as the Tahoe Fall Classic which starts at El Dorado Beach and ends at Kings Beach.
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