Hiking, biking, kayaking: When you think about getting outdoors in Alaska, you probably think of these traditionally popular sports. Well, surprise! You can now add the sport of stand-up paddleboarding (SUP) to the list of great Alaskan adventures. And it’s absolutely something you should try: it’s the #1 most popular fastest-growing water sport in the world!
Stand Up Paddle Board Rentals
Alaska Boat Rental & Guide Service offers 10′ inflatable hydro-force stand-up paddleboards. 10′ long, 33″ wide, and 6″ thick give this stand-up paddleboard excellent stability making it great for beginners, yoga enthusiasts, and intermediate performance for those looking to make a river run. It’s also rated for riders up to 287 lbs.
10' Hydro-force Oceana Stand Up Paddle Boards
Our Hydro-force Oceana Stand Up Paddle Boards are a great recreational activity for those ready to get off the fishing and explore some of Alaska’s scenic lakes and rivers.
This paddleboard set comes with everything you need for a great day on the water. A powerful hand pump will have the board inflated and rigid as a rock within minutes. In addition, the footrest and back support assembly turn the stand paddleboard into a comfortable sitting ride for more comfort, stability, or just relaxing.
Two Men SUP The Entire 87 Miles of the Kenai River
Watch the story of Matt Hage and Andrew Muse as they use stand-up paddleboards to float the entire 87 miles of the Kenai River. Putting it at Kenai Lake at Cooper landing they float the Upper Kenai River through the Chugach National Forest including the “The Canyon” before exiting into Skilak Lake.
A long paddle across Skilak Lake takes them to the “middle Kenai” river and the well-known class IV rapids called Naptown Rapids, through the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, and through the town of Sterling, AK.
Upon reaching the Soldotna Bridge they are finally at “The Lower Kenai River” with just 21 miles to go reaching Cook Inlet.