If you’re going to San Francisco … go downwinding. Flowers in your hair are now optional.
Downwinding is one of the more intense things you can do on a standup. When you’re in the open ocean conditions can change in an instant, and often do.
With its long history of outrigger paddling and standup paddling, there is hardly a better known—and more challenging—stretch of bumps in the world.
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Vashon Island in Washington’s Puget Sound provides downwind runs in both north and south winds making it an ideal paddling location.
SUP magazine is proud to announce the secret location for the “Find the Glide” contest, presented by SIC Maui.
The Puako downwind run is along the south Kohala coastline and is one of the Big Island’s best.
This idyllic downwinder is a must-do for Southern California paddlers.
The downwind run from Dana Point is a great paddle for any type of downwind paddler because of its accessibility and adjustability.
Tomales Bay, north of San Francisco, is a good place to hone your downwind skills before taking on San Francisco Bay or the Pacific.
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