Date(s) - Sun, Apr. 23
8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Little Tennessee River
Registration Deadline: Wed. April 19th
Experience the river from a paddle board.
The mountains rise up from the water’s edge, soaring above you. See this historic river from a new perspective.
I have always wanted to try SUP and this was the perfect opportunity to learn in a small group at a perfect price. Thank you!
The mountains abound with spring green and flowers, the type of thing you come across on Instagram and think, “Man, it would be cool to go there one day.”
The mountain river’s peaceful cool water extends beyond view. It crosses your mind how great it is to paddle this wilderness lake next to the Nantahala National Forest
The cool mountain morning keeps you from overheating, but the paddling movement keeps you warm; perfect!
The standup paddleboard sends ripples over the mirror like surface as you catch up to another paddler to talk about the lunch planned for a nearby beach.
This trip is for you if you want to:
learn how to standup paddleboard on flatwater
experience the Appalachian mountains by boat
meet others with similar interests
This trip is not for you if:
want to spend a lazy day on the beach at the lake.
want moving whitewater. This is calm and relaxing!
How to register for a trip
sign up online via My RecSports or stop by the TRECS Outdoor Program area or . You can pay with Mastercard, Visa, cash, check, or Vol Card, .
What does the trip cost include?
When you pay for a trip, you get all equipment, transportation, and instruction, On overnight trips, you also get plenty of tasty food and camping included.
Need to know about trip refunds? Experience Levels? Other things?
Learn about refund policies, experience levels, bringing a guest, and other general trip information here.