THE SUNDRE PADDLING CLUB
PADDLING EVERYTHING, EVERYWHERE!
ABOUT THE SPC
The Sundre Paddle club is a non-profit subsidiary of the Alberta Whitewater Association and PAddle Alberta committed to carrying on a proud tradition of paddling in one of the most scenic areas of Alberta. Since the late 1960’s The SPC has been canoeing and kayaking the Red Deer River along with many other bodies of water throughout Alberta. The SPC offers lessons and group paddles with all the equipment needed for those of all ages and skillsets. Click below to learn more about the club and how to become a member!
PLACES WE PADDLE
The SPC paddles year-round using all types of water to entertain! we offer beginner lessons for those just starting out along with those looking to get on more challenging waters. Click below to learn what you can learn on the different types of water we paddle.
Along with beginner lessons in both canoes and kayaks, the Sundre Paddling Club offers more advanced kayaking activities. Traditionally used for hunting and transportation for thousands of years, kayaking resurfaced as a sport in the late 1960's. Most participants at the time made their own boats which gave rise to most manufacturers around today. Since its resurgence, the activity has split into several distinct disciplines that demonstrate all that kayaks are capable of. Whitewater kayaking first touched down in Alberta on the Red Deer River and has given rise to several high level competitors. Click below to learn more about what the SPC has to offer!