Places to Stand Up Paddleboard, Scotland
Findhorn Beach and Bay
The Main Points Location – Findhorn Beach and Bay, Moray Scotland SUP – Own Fatstick Inflatables, 10′ Pink Panther and 10’6″ Blue Lagoon Cost – Car parking through the town and within the sand dunes where you can also stay overnight in your own camper. A fee is payable in the town as indicated by signs in the car park. Conditions – Salt water beach of the Moray Firth and Sheltered Findhorn Bay Other users – Swimmers and beachgoers Entry Point – Pebbly beach with steep descent into water other potential launch sites include the area around the marina. I’d like to note that neither of these locations were tried due to time constraints Surrounding amenities/Bathrooms- township of Findhorn for cafes, pubs and accomodation Getting There – Take the A9 towards Inverness, then A96 to Forres then the B9011 to Findhorn. Map Current Weather Conditions Wee Blether We didn’t have a chance to go in here and so this entry is filed under the SUP-it list but it looked like a great location as it had the diversity of Findhorn Bay for a calmer SUP or the Moray Firth with a bit more wave action. The car park made access relatively problem free to access the beach which had these gorgeous wee bathing boxes on them. It was a relatively steep decline into the water so caution needs to be exercised when launching, the water was a little more gradual towards the mouth of the bay where there was more sand. The sound of the pebbles as the waves shoaled them against each other was really lovely and a wee bit different. FIND BEAUTIFUL PLACES TO SUP LEARN MORE ABOUT EQUIPMENT WATCH THE LATEST SUP ADVENTURE VIDEO
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You’re beginning to make me think that the sun always shines in Scotland!
It’s been a pretty good summer I think and we tend to go out on the boards when the weather is good. Just back from Croatia and the weather was amazing there!! Took the boards so stay tuned for a couple of blogs on our trip 😊
I shall look forward to hearing about Croatia! We did try to windsurf there a couple of years ago, on the island of Krk, but the wind was not kind.