Until paddleboarding was invented, mankind's only hope for summer fun involved competitive sunburning and watching flowers die. Make the outdoors great with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $49 for a 90-minute lesson, a guided tour, and a four-hour stand-up-paddleboard rental for one (a $99.99 value)
- $79 for a 90-minute lesson, a guided tour, and an eight-hour stand-up-paddleboard rental for one (a $159.99 value)
- $89 for a 90-minute lesson, a guided tour, and a four-hour stand-up-paddleboard rental for two (a $199.98 value)
- $149 for a 90-minute lesson, a guided tour, and an eight-hour stand-up-paddleboard rental for two (a $319.98 value)
Patrons begin both packages with a stand-up-paddleboarding lesson, which prepares them to tour part of the Squamish River with a guide. Once the tour is over, they’ll have some time on their rental boards to explore on their own. The outing also includes warm-water gear and an instructional video.
Aerial Kiteboarding's certified instructors teach students how to properly ride kites and kiteboards across snow-blanketed prairies, glassy water surfaces, and expanses of dirt or grass. During snow-kiteboarding classes, instructors use two-line trainer kites to escort students through wind-safety strategies, basic steering and kite control, and snowman avoidance. Students prowl across the ground and through the air in power-kiting lessons and skim the waves in water-kiting lessons. Building on the lessons imparted during basic and intro classes, two- or three-hour lessons guide more experienced kiteboarders through steering, flight control, riding skills, and launching and landing methods. Aerial Kiteboarding supplies all rentals and equipment for its classes and lessons, which run seven days a week depending on weather and the amount of reindeer air traffic. Aside from their flagship kiteboarding packages, the outdoorsy company also features other services such as kayak rentals, SUP tours, and wakeboarding.