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Paddleboarding in Scotland...« on: June 07 2006 17:06:00 »
as well as surf when I can,
I do paddleboarding up here near Inverness,
lots of lochs etc....
im just getting a raceboard,
just wondering if anyone out there in Scotland also does paddleboarding?
I know some in Cornwall/Devon, but not come across any up here.....
RE: Paddleboarding in Scotland...« Reply #1 on: November 03 2006 04:11:00 »
Hi,I'm an aussie coming over to the uk next year doing a gap year stint at a college in shewsbury.Would love to hear from anyone who is into paddleboarding for training.
RE: Paddleboarding in Scotland...« Reply #2 on: November 03 2006 06:11:00 »
Hi for training? Its kind of fun too for exploring!
If you make it to Scotland let me know, I should have a spare paddleboard then too and will be around at that time.
There are a few people in Cornwall/Devon who paddleboard too.
RE: Paddleboarding in Scotland...« Reply #3 on: December 09 2007 06:12:00 »
Hey i also passleboard ....down in Fife though in the Forth .Just got into it and lovin it ...great for fitness and relaxed exploring...although had my first shot in small waves in st andrews a few weeks back and it was brilliant...they catch almost any wave or even swell.Let me know if anyone is ever in the area.
RE: Paddleboarding in Scotland...« Reply #4 on: December 09 2007 08:12:00 »
Alright there, I dropped you an e mail.
kinghorn« Reply #5 on: December 31 2007 10:12:00 »
i was looking at kinghorn in fife as a possible surfing site if the waves were coming from the east, looks a good place from the photos on google earth (even shows swell breaking on the sat picture) Does anyone know any site not as far north as kingsbarns?