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This holiday season, bring your passion for sup and friends you love most to Slovenia for a New Year’s holiday to remember! Join us to discover the beauty of winter stand up paddling at Slovenia’s three top sup destinations – two Alpine lakes, the Adriatic coast and The Ljubljanica River – and celebrate New Year’s Eve in one of the most charming capitals of Europe.
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The tour fee includes:
Not included in the tour fee:
Winter paddling conditions in Slovenia
Stand up paddling in winter season is not an exotic thing at all in Slovenia. On a nice winter day you can spot many paddlers on lakes, rivers and on the sea as well. Of course warm winter clothing and footwear is a must and a thermos with hot tea in your backpack is advised. The average temperatures you can expect in late December range from 10º C (50 F) to -5º C (23 F), however the temperatures on our tour will vary from spot to spot due to different local climates. Here is some statistics to give you an idea.
– Ljubljana – continental climate; avg. max: 4º C (39 F), avg. min -2º C (28 F)
– Lake Bled, Lake Bohinj – Alpine climate; avg. max: 0º C (32 F), avg. min -4º C (25 F)
– Piran coast – sub-Mediteranean climate; avg. max: 8º C (46 F), avg. min 4º C (39 F)
Paddling time per day:
We estimate to paddle from 2-3 hours per day, but will adapt to the conditions at the spot.