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Does anyone know where I can rent a stand up paddle board this weekend? We are doing a Ruby/Horsethief trip this weekend and I'm thinking it might be a good trip to try out a SUP. I'm hoping to find a rental between Vail and Fruita to use for the weekend. Thanks in advance for any info.
 

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Does anyone know where I can rent a stand up paddle board this weekend? We are doing a Ruby/Horsethief trip this weekend and I'm thinking it might be a good trip to try out a SUP. I'm hoping to find a rental between Vail and Fruita to use for the weekend. Thanks in advance for any info.
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Now that the water is low, If anyone is looking to try their hand at Stand up Paddling, check out these shops below. These guys are all carrying C4 Waterman Stand up Boards and Paddles.

Alpine Quest in Edwards/ Glenwood Springs.
CKS in Buena Vista
Four Corners in Durango
Ski Haus in Steamboat
Confluence Kayaks in Denver
Larsons Ski and Sport. in Denver.
Rendezvous River Sports Jackson, WY
StrongWater Kayak Missoula, MT.

Also Check out Aspen Kayak Academy For River instruction from Charlie MacArthur.

FOR A LITTLE ACTION CHECK OUT THIS VIDEO.

YouTube - C4 Waterman River SUP DVD Promo



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Rocky Mountain Rep for C4 Waterman
 

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Ryguy,

Seriously, drop the SUP shit and grab your Nomad. Drive 1 hour north to the Poudre and meet me at the Gnarrows...you won't regret it.
 
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