Paddleboarding with Tara

Windsor and Maidenhead, United Kingdom
Group size
1 - 6 people
Experience level
Beginner
Duration
1 hour
Distance
5 miles
You maybe in a small group (less expensive) and you will have the best possible time, possible catch a sunset or a dawn.

About the trip

You maybe in a small group ( less expensive) and you will have the best possible time, possible catch a sunset or a dawn. Spot a kingfisher or a heron and have the river to ourselves. We paddle at a leisurely pace and enjoy the nature around us and make our way up or downstream. We can do different paddle at different times and we can include the younger ones ( as long as they can swim).

After a brief introduction on the boards we paddle upstream towards Cliveden and learning as we go , once we get to Cliveden, relax or yoga on the boards and then paddle back to where we started. I can launch from different locations: Bourne End, Marlow, Cookham, Boulters Lock, Maidenhead, Bray, Taplow

- Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
- Wheelchair accessible
- Stroller accessible
- Service animals allowed
- No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
- Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
- This trip will have a maximum of 6 travelers
- Operated by Paddleboarding Maidenhead

Departure Point
Boulters Lock, Maidenhead SL6 8PE, UK

Itinerary

DAY 1
We will meet at 9am in Pete's Eats Cafe in Llanberis, after a brief introductions, over a brew, we'll head out together to our chosen climbing venue. We'll get you kitted up with any equipment you need to borrow, such as helmet, harness, belay device, shoes etc. And then we'll walk into the Crag (this can be as little as a 5 minute walk if you've chosen to climb at a more accessible venue or up to an hour if we're aiming for a mountain adventure). Once at the crag (Cliff) we'll get our equipment on and go climbing! Appropriate skills will be taught through out the day and may include; Movement Coaching, Belaying, Knots, Abseiling, route finding, Anchor placement, rescue skills -this all depends on your previous experience and aims for the day! We will find climbs that a fun challenge, yet are achievable for you. Equipment, instruction, Course notes, shuttles, photos, and tea & Cake all included! We will normally aim to finish back at the car around 4:45 - 5 pm unless you wish to finish earlier or later. We are members of the Association of Mountaineering Instructors, Mountain training and the British Mountaineering Council.

We are passionate about providing adventure and development in the outdoors, as such, we will ensure that your aims are met and that you have a fantastic time.

We provide a quality experience and education: during our skills courses, you will be given course notes, clear demonstrations, adequate practice time and feedback. You’ll leave understanding How, When, and Why with each skill and future direction for your learning. We operate a 100% satisfaction guarantee. If your unsatisfied with your skills course then we offer a full-money back guarantee.

What to Bring:

Warm ‘outdoor’ clothing (including a waterproof top and trousers), packed lunch & plenty of snacks, water (1L), sun cream, walking boots and trainers, Camera (optional) It's fine to bring your own climbing equipment.

Included

Paddleboards
Leashes
Paddles

Not included

Clothes are not included
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