Stand Up Paddleboarding

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Stand up paddleboarding (SUP) may be more synonymous with Hawaiian and Californian beaches, but here in Colorado, SUPing on our beautiful rivers is becoming a genuine craze.

Now you can join in the fun on your next visit to Aspen or Snowmass. Our Four-Mountain Sports location in Aspen now rents stand-up paddleboards. Stop by, get fitted to the right board, and head to the Roaring Fork River — which happens to be the perfect place to give this excellent core workout a try.

SUP Rentals at Four-Mountain Sports

Full Day (9am–5pm): $60 
Includes: board, pump, paddle, personal floatation device, helmet
What to bring: Sunscreen, water, hat, sunglasses, croakies, change of clothes, towel and water shoes/neoprene booties.

Credit cards are required for all rentals. A $20 rental insurance coverage option is available. This covers any equipment damage, but is exempt from loss or theft.

The Boards We Rent

Rentals are on a first-come, first-served basis but you are welcome to call ahead on the day of your adventure to see what's available. See rental locations and contact details below.

Stand-up paddelboards for rent at Four-Mountain Sports

Rental Locations

Four-Mountain Sports – Aspen
520 E. Durant Ave. (Across the street from the Silver Queen Gondola. We share space with ink coffee!)

Trip Suggestions in the Area

Stand up paddleboarding on a river in Colorado

Whether you are a beginner looking to test out your SUPing skills on flat-water, or a river-rat with a few rides under your belt, there are several other bodies of water to play on in valley.


Flat sections of water are the perfect for learning techniques such as paddling strokes, balance and stance. Ask our staff about guided instruction options. Ideal local areas for beginners include; Northstar Preserve, Ruedi Reservoir, Rayburn's pond and Grizzly Reservoir.


So, you think you have the hang of it and want to try your luck on some small rapids? The body of water referred to as the Lower Roaring Fork (located in Carbondale, often referred to as Pink to Black) features some great little rapids. In the early Summer you can also witness the Heron's nesting season.


Now, you have mastered the art of Paddle Boarding and want to navigate some trickier sections. We recommend the Colorado River in Glenwood Springs. There are multiple sections from Grizzly Creek (alternative put ins at No Name & Two Rivers) to the Glenwood Wave Park and if you're game on through to South Canyon rapid. Safety gear (personal floatation device & helmet) is provided and encouraged on river.

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