Sup Fusion Adventure
Aug
12
9:00 AM09:00

Sup Fusion Adventure

Yoga Fusion Adventure Tours offer a longer class length that allows us to paddle to a scenic, secluded location for our onboard Yoga Fusion practice.

Make new friends as you workout, have fun, and explore the wonderful PNW waterways.

Paddling experience required for yoga adventures. If you are new to standup paddling, please take SUP yoga, SUP-fit fusion, or SUP 101 before signing up for this adventure. Board, paddle, PFD and leash are included. Must be able to swim. 3 hours of fun!

Bring water, sunscreen, and a snack.  Book Here

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Sup fusion adventure
Jun
17
9:00 AM09:00

Sup fusion adventure

Join in on a 3 hour sup adventure in the Willamette Narrows.

Yoga Fusion Adventure Tours offer a longer class length that allows us to paddle to a scenic, secluded location for our onboard Yoga Fusion practice.

Make new friends as you workout, have fun, and explore the wonderful PNW waterways.

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May
29
to May 30

Free Sup fitness/yoga class

Free pre-season class!  Join in on a fun Sup-fusion class at Vancouver Lake.  You'll experience yoga/fitness/barre/interval training and more.  This is a sampler of our summer classes.  RSVP through the Sup in' Pdx meetup group.  

Please wear pink to this class if you can.  I'm taking pictures for the upcoming Weekend on the Water.  I'll be offering Sup yoga and fitness during the inaugural event raising funds for Komen Oregon.  

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Aug
21
8:00 AM08:00

Yoga Fusion Adventure Tour

Yoga Fusion Adventure Tours offer a longer class length that allows us to paddle to a secluded, scenic location for our onboard SUP-yoga fusion practice.

Make new friends as you workout, have fun, and explore the wonderful PNW waterways.

Paddling experience required for yoga adventures. If you are new to standup paddling, please take SUP-yoga, SUP-fusion, or SUP 101 before signing up for this adventure. Board, paddle, PFD and leash are included. Must be able to swim. 3 hours of fun!

Bring water, sunscreen, and a snack.

$75.00 for 3 hour tour/class including Board, paddle, PFD, and leash.

$50.00 with BYOBoard option

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Aug
15
9:30 AM09:30

Oregon Coast Trip- Salmon River and Estuary

Arrive by 9:30 am for a 10 am start time. We will start by paddling to the beach. We will paddle against the tide, but a short distance (about a mile), break for lunch, then paddle to the estuary (following the tide), finish in the estuary after 2:32 pm., and ride the tide back to the boat ramp.  For more information and to RSVP checkout SUP in' PDX.  

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Aug
14
8:00 AM08:00

Yoga Fusion Adventure Tour

Yoga Fusion Adventure Tours offer a longer class length that allows us to paddle to a secluded, scenic location for our onboard SUP-yoga fusion practice.

Make new friends as you workout, have fun, and explore the wonderful PNW waterways.

Paddling experience required for yoga adventures. If you are new to standup paddling, please take SUP-yoga, SUP-fusion, or SUP 101 before signing up for this adventure. Board, paddle, PFD and leash are included. Must be able to swim. 3 hours of fun!

Bring water, sunscreen, and a snack.

$75.00 for 3 hour tour/class including Board, paddle, PFD, and leash.

$50.00 with BYOBoard option

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Aug
5
11:00 AM11:00

SUP'n Girls at Lost Lake

SUP'n Girls is an international network made up of fantastic, energetic people who have a common passion and enjoyment for Stand Up Paddling. Our goals are to promote and support the sport of stand up paddling in the community, to provide social, fitness, and networking opportunities for members, and to support efforts to ensure the continued beauty of the waterways we all love. www.supngirls.com

Girls trip to Lost Lake! Spend the day at Lost Lake with your girlfriends. Enjoy paddling, playing, and hiking around the lake. Bring a picnic lunch that can be enjoyed on your board.

BYOBoard, paddle, and PFD with whistle. Invasive species permit is required.http://www.dfw.state.or.us/conservationstrategy/invasive_species/quagga_zebra_mussel.asp

Bring: Sunscreen, snacks, drink, and lunch.

Hike the lakeside trail after paddling. .

Meet at the South Day use. There are two day use areas – North day use and South day use. The South day use area has a public boat launch. $8 entrance fee for day use.

DIRECTIONS TO LOST LAKE The Resort is just 85 miles from Portland by way of Hood River. Take interstate 84 east up the Columbia River Gorge to Hood River, then drive southwest to Dee and follow the signs to Lost Lake. Lost Lake is located at the end of Lost Lake Road and the address is 9000 Lost Lake Road, Hood River, OR 97031.

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Jul
15
11:00 AM11:00

Sup'n Girls paddle at Trillium Lake

SUP'n Girls is an international network made up of fantastic, energetic people who have a common passion and enjoyment for Stand Up Paddling. Our goals are to promote and support the sport of stand up paddling in the community, to provide social, fitness, and networking opportunities for members, and to support efforts to ensure the continued beauty of the waterways we all love. 
www.supngirls.com 

Girls trip to Trillium Lake! Spend the day at Trillium Lake with your girlfriends. Enjoy paddling, playing, and hiking around the lake. We'll find a picnic table in the day use area and set up base camp for the day. RSVP! http://meetu.ps/2KgfmS

Note that this is one of the concessionaire sites (California Land Management) in the Mt. Hood National Forest with a $5 day use fee. 

BYOBoard, paddle, and PFD with whistle. Bring: Snacks/drinks/lunch. Hike the trail that circles the lake after paddling. Invasive species permit is required. http://www.dfw.state.or.us/conservationstrategy/invasive_species/quagga_zebra_mussel.asp


Directions: From Sandy: Follow Hwy. 26 two miles east of Government Camp to signs for Trillium Lake. Go south around two miles on Road 2656 and meet at the boat ramp in the day use area. Rental boards in PDX: http://www.gorgeperformance.com/html/rentals.html?no_redirect=true

Or in Government Camp: http://www.mthoodadventure.com/summer/paddle-boarding 
Mt. Hood Adventure will deliver the board to Trillium Lake for you. Must reserve in advance.

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Jun
23
2:00 PM14:00

Paddle and hike at Trillium Lake

Trillium Lake, with Mount Hood as an incredible backdrop, is one of the more popular day-use and camping destinations in the Mt. Hood National Forest. The lake itself is not natural: the boggy meadows here were submerged by a dam built across Mud Creek in 1960. The Trillium Lake Trail circles the lake and affords a visit, via a series of boardwalks, to its less-trafficked west shore, where a variety of wetland wildflowers can be observed in the summer. Note that this is one of the concessionaire sites (California Land Management) in the Mt. Hood National Forest, and you will have to pay a fee to park. Northwest Forest Passes are not valid. $6 day use fee. BYOBoard, paddle, and PFD with whistle. Snacks/drinks/dinner. Hike the trail that circles the lake after paddling. Invasive species permit is required. http://www.dfw.state.or.us/conservationstrategy/invasive_species/quagga_zebra_mussel.asp


Directions: From Sandy: Follow Hwy. 26 two miles east of Government Camp to signs for Trillium Lake. Go south around two miles on Road 2656 and meet at the boat ramp in the day use area. Rental boards in PDX: http://www.gorgeperformance.com/html/rentals.html?no_redirect=true

Or in Government Camp: http://www.mthoodadventure.com/summer/paddle-boarding 
Mt. Hood Adventure will deliver the board to Trillium Lake for you.

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