A new paddleboarding venture has launched at Bath Riverside promising to give residents and tourists a unique perspective on the city centre.
Original Wild will switch operations to a new launch site near Victoria Bridge allowing boarders to take a leisurely paddle back upstream to the world renowned Pulteney Bridge.
Founder director Kyle Worgan said paddleboarding was an ideal fun and fitness activity for people from 8-75 years of age.
Kyle said: “We are really excited at the opportunity to launch beneath Royal View for an hour return journey to Pulteney Weir, where paddlers can have their photo taken against the backdrop of the famous bridge.
“We are passionate about getting people to experience the outdoors and this exciting new partnership will enable people to try new activities such as stand up paddleboarding at Bath Riverside. You can experience high quality adventures led by outdoors experts from this great city location!”
“Our Adventure Experts aim to provide customers with the best possible experience using qualified instructors and latest safety equipment.”
Original Wild also run offer adventure activities such as kayaking, Code Break Bath challenge, climbing, raft-building as well as corporate team days, outdoors and first aid training - the new service gives Bath Riverside residents an opportunity to join the fun.
Marcus Evans, sales and marketing director from developer Crest Nicholson, said: “We are thrilled that Original Wild has launched operations from Bath Riverside.
“The new paddleboarding experience helps establish Bath Riverside as a destination in its own right as well as being a fantastic place to live.
“Alongside our new gym ‘Class’, Original Wild will offer sport and fitness activities which we believe complements our happy, healthy lifestyle and environment. It’s also going to be a lot of fun.”
You can try stand up paddleboarding at Bath Riverside on March17, 30; April: 7, 10, 17, 24; May: 2, 5, 8, 16, 22, and 30.