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Once the ice has melted in the Breckenridge high-country, it’s hard to find a still body of water without witnessing stand up paddleboarding in Breckenridge, also know as SUPing. With rental locations throughout Breckenridge, SUPers flock to areas like Maggie Pond or nearby Lake Dillon to feed their need for floating freely among the mountains.
Stand Up Paddleboarding in Breckenridge: Maggie Pond
The calm water at Maggie Pond makes it an ideal place for families and first-timers to try paddle boarding. The views are unbeatable and Maggie Pond offers rentals on-site. Maggie Pond is located at the base of Peak 9 near Main Street Station, and is a continuation of the Upper Blue River as it begins its flow through downtown Breckenridge. It is an easy walk from Main Street and a perfect way to spend an hour (or two, or three) of your day.
SUP Yoga At Maggie Pond
SUP Yoga is a fun, challenging, and relaxing way to enjoy your yoga practice. It is accessible to everyone willing to step out of their comfort zone and practice yoga on a floating surface. Meta Yoga Studios hosts SUP YOGA classes during the Summer months of June, July, and August. Choose yoga/comfortable clothes, and you may bring extra layers, sunscreen, and water if you’d like. You may bring an extra change of clothes/towel in case you get wet.
Stand Up Paddleboarding in Breckenridge: Lake Dillon
Lake Dillon is another popular SUPing location with several beach access points, including from the Frisco and Dillon Marinas. Both Marinas offer paddleboard rentals which include a demonstration of paddleboarding technique. If you have your own paddleboard, you can put in at either marina or one of the many beach access points around the lake.