Glide Across Serene Waters
Looking for new ways to adventure? Try paddle boarding! Paddle boarding gets you on the water, tests your balance, and gives you a terrific workout. More and more Aspen visitors are asking to test out the area’s paddle boarding, also known as SUP (stand-up paddle boarding). With excellent paddle boarding locations near Aspen, you are sure to enjoy your time on the water. Our team wants to help you find the perfect spot.
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Popular Places for Paddle Boarding in Aspen
Aspen has bodies of water for beginners. For those who want to challenge their skills, Aspen also offers some advanced paths.
The Stillwater section of the Roaring Fork River continues to be the most popular destinations in Aspen for paddle boarding beginners, and for good reason. Known for its beauty, and of course, still waters, this portion of the Roaring Fork is popular with standup paddle boarders, kayakers, and canoers alike.
North Star Nature Preserve
The North Star Nature Preserve offers guests the chance to experience an abundance of wildlife up close and personal, making it an ideal location for standup paddle boarding. With more than 245 acres of beautiful landscapes and scenery and flat stretches of water, you'll be able to enjoy the view and the ride.
Known for its beautiful and still waters, Twin Lakes is one of Aspen's largest glacial lakes. Surrounded by some of Aspen's most beautiful peaks, the two lakes are connected by a small water bridge. Since the lakes are relatively free of boats, kayaks, and canoes, it's become a popular destination for standup paddle boarding.
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