Ken Hoeve: Stand Up Paddleboarding on the Colorado River

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It’s like walking on water, only better. That’s the sensation that drove Vail Valley local Ken Hoeve to pioneer the growing sport of whitewater SUP, also known as river SUP. It’s a high-octane variation of the SUP that’s traditionally been done in Colorado—and from coast to coast—on flat-water lakes, reservoirs, and bays. This version of SUP is a little rowdier: more rapids, more adrenaline, more mountain fun.

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