Sunset SUP Yoga and Eco Adventures are coming back to Moraine State Park! SurfSUP Adventures is partnering with Alison Schuster to offer an amazing evening of serenity and fun on the water. Learn more and find a date that works for you!
SurfSUP Adventures has been working with Envision Blind Sports for a little over 3-years now, but this year marks a milestone of accomplishment. Thanks mostly to executive director, Wendy Fagan, and the incredible volunteer network from Slippery Rock University’s, Adaptive Sports program, Envision has become the largest blind sports camp in the country. In total, 70 visually impaired youth ages 6 to 18 participated in 20 sports over the course of the week-long program in June of 2018.
SurfSUP Adventures started with the mission to provide Pittsburgh with standup paddleboarding adventures in the amazing waterways of Pennsylvania. While that objective is still our top priority, it has expanded to include the conservation of these watersheds and introducing these experiences to the local teens.
SurfSUP Adventures is proud to be partnering with expert yogi, TV show host, and all-around awesome woman, Alison Schuster, to provide 4 SUP Yoga and Eco Adventures this summer at Moraine State Park! SUP Yoga is one of the fastest growing disciplines of yoga in the world, and for good reason. Participating in SUP yoga classes will help refine your technique, build strength and offers the serenity of floating just above the water in beautiful surroundings. On top of that, you will receive paddling instruction and a guided eco-tour from professional standup paddler, Ian Smith.
Nestled in the urban sprawl of Pittsburgh’s East End, The Mount Ararat Community Activity Center provides innovative programs and experiential learning to the area’s families and youth. Earlier this summer, the Center debuted a new program for a select group of students, part of which involved teaching them to surf in whitewater rivers.
The New River Gorge SUP Race has become the epicenter of whitewater paddleboard racing in the Eastern US, but not because of a cash purse (there isn’t one!) or fantastical prizes. Instead, this race has ingrained itself in the hearts of a community that it has helped to grow since its inception in 2011. The setting itself could be attributed to the race’s popularity. The New River Gorge and Fayetteville, the adjoining mountain town, is a quintessential hub for adventure and natural beauty. Still, the underlying values and genuine love that race founder, Melanie Hames, puts into this event is the defining ingredient. The West Virginia SUP scene is filled with passionate people like her, and this event has drawn competitors from around the world that all want a piece of it.