Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Want to Paddle Surf in Baja? 2 Guided Trips in the Works...

All right- I'm letting the cat out of the bag... We've put together two different, fully guided, Baja Stand Up Paddle Trips for Summer and Fall of 2010. Sick of worrying where you can and can't paddle surf? Does the State Standing Order piss you off? Want to paddle anywhere you damn well please? Do fun waves, cold Pacificos and tasty lobster dinners sound just about right? Well then, friend, Baja is for you! Lots more info to come in the next few days.


Southern Baja Women's Paddle Camps: All inclusive (boards, paddles, food, lodging, ground transportation to and from paddling sites) and fully guided. I'm teaming up with Palapas Ventana and Cascade Watersports to provide a Southern Baja paddle trip that you'll never forget. Start each morning with Yoga and Pilates classes followed by a healthy breakfast in preparation for the day's paddling activity. No wetsuits needed as the water temperature is close to 80 degrees! These week long trips will feature a three day excursion to surf and paddle the pristine waters of Bahia Magdalena. Learn flatwater paddling and surf paddling in beautiful Southern Baja without the hassle of bringing boards through the airport. Let us do the work. Limited space available, accepting deposits mid-June.



Northern Baja Stand Up Paddle Surfing. Want to surf Northern Baja but don't know how or where to go? Let us take care of the hassles- hop in our surf exploration vehicle and let us take you safely over the border to some of Northern Baja's best reef and beach break waves. No blackballs, no restricted areas, no limits to where you can paddle surf. We'll handle housing and take care of your lobster dinner- you bring your board and paddle or arrange a rental from us. Email me (john@paddlesurf.net) for more information.

Check back for more information.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

john paddle stacks in ens the past weekend the wind was on 3ms so i paddled south the next break over about 15mins scored some very good lefts comes out of deep water hits the reef away you go never really liked reg surfing there but paddling is fantastic.very easy wave to catch and surf has a safe exit.yes if you need a house for ens tour have 3bd 2bath house overlooking 3ms in a safe area also have the san miguel beach house,8 10 gem on the way steve king

Chris K said...

John - stoked for you! Sounds like a great time. Best of luck with the camps and maybe we'll get down to Ventana one day.

John Ashley said...

Hey Chris-

Thanks! Tried to get out to DogPatch today on my way up to Stamps' shop but there was a line at 9am... so I skipped it. Fluffy will have to nibble on somebody else!

Thanks again!

John

John Ashley said...

Steve-

Those are killer spots up there- would love to hit 'em up someday. Where do you launch from to sup 3ms?

Anonymous said...

right at the old fish factory always park at the south end little beach below.Gail from the shores frequents 3ms all the time catches ton of waves.from san miguel to town there is close to ten breaks there is open market for stand up the good thing ens picks up all swell but not a direct south.steve

Emily said...

I am looking for an SUP/Yoga excursion for July. Any suggestions? I can travel anywhere.

Anonymous said...

EMILY try ensenada large enough town i know that they have yoga and the surf is great.if you do not find a yoga class go into Hussongs cantina throw a few cold ones back and you will fill yogaout.steve

Anonymous said...

John, are you down there this weekend? I am headed down there again this evening or tomorrow morning. Can't wait to surf 3Ms again; the left is sooo fun and gets a little hollow whereas the right tends to mush out a bit. You'll love it. Surfed there Monday morning all by myself and then one longboarder showed up about 45 minutes later. He's the coach of the surf team at U.A.B.C. and he wants to SUP! Looked at my board and said, "like a shortboard"! I think I saw one of your old boards at Cardiff Reef yesterday. Stamps with the blue resin rails; maybe 9'0" or so? See ya! Gail :)