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Ken Hoeve: Stand Up Paddleboarding on the Colorado River

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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