Video | Underground SUP | Paddling Below the Surface

Time and time again, people continue to prove that as long as there is water, then it is prime territory for a SUP. To be fair, 99.9% of paddling is done on the surface of the Earth, but what about that other .1% of paddling? That is for folks like Darrell Kirk, who recently decided to embark on a real-life journey to the center of the earth.

Kirk paddled an outrageous 400 feet underground through crawl spaces no more than two feet wide. To top it all off, it was inside an old abandoned sand mind in Missouri. Sounds a little creepy to us, but it just goes to prove you can go anywhere on a SUP.

For an above-ground SUP adventure, travel down a stunningly beautiful river in New Zealand.

Go underwater in the first of our three part series about SUP and freediving.