Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP)
Redoubt Mountain Lodge is the only lodge within Lake Clark National Park offering Stand Up Paddleboarding.
Being the fastest growing sport in the world, SUP is a variation of surfing using a long canoe-style paddle to move across the water while standing on a super-sized surfboard. SUP originated in the Polynesian Islands and the Hawaiian translation is Ku Hoe He'e Nalu; to stand, to paddle, to surf, a wave. But waves are not required to have a fantastic time on a stand up paddleboard. You can paddle on the open ocean, in harbors, on lakes, rivers or any large body of water. Crescent Lake routinely offers glassy water perfect for stand up paddling. SUP is a wonderful and exciting means of exploring Lake Clark National Park while enjoying the scenery and watching wildlife.
Not only is SUP an amazing way to enjoy the surrounding area, it is also a great workout! All the SUPs available at the lodge are (very) beginner and experienced paddler friendly. These boards are over 11 feet long and 3 feet wide. Instruction will be provided along with a wetsuit, if you'd like.