2011 was a great year for paddling. Here are some of my best kayak trips from the past year.
Still winter in Sweden. The winter was really long and cold during 2011. I bought a new kayak and my Qanik from Seabird arrived in mid february and no chance to paddle it until late march.
Fjällbacka is one of the most beautiful archipelagos in Sweden. We did a great trip in the end of april. Cold but beautiful. Read more about Paddling in Fjällbacka Archipelago
I tried a surfski for the first time and I got stucked. Surfski is great fun. Later on I bought a surfski. Read more about Surfski Spring Camp.
A new competition in paddling was held in the harbour of Göteborg at the same day as the world biggest half marathon in Göteborg. I didn’t compete but I got some great photos. Maybe I will compete in May!? 🙂 Read more about Paddelvarvet.
My friend Maria and I went for a weekend trip in well known water. This is normally a period when I hardly do any kayaking due to my allergy. Great weather and some new spots discovered. Gothenburg archipelago is really great for paddling. Read more about Paddling in Göteborg Archipelago.
The Gothenburg Canoe Association (GKF) had an evening with two really good sprint kayakers who gave us instructions. read more about the Paddling instructions event.
North of the arctic circle is a great kayak event held every year. We attended for the first time. Loved it! 🙂 Read more about Arctic Sea Kayak Race.
Paddling in Lofoten
The best kayak symposium i have ever been to. Nigel Foster, Gordon Brown, Dubside and many more. Great Instructors, great arrangement and great weather. Read more about the Tjäröfestivalen.
I have been more into surfski during the fall than ordinary sea kayaking. Read more about Testing a drysuit andsearching for waves.
November was a month with hardly any paddling at all. We had a weekend of gray paddling. Read more about the gray Weekend paddling.
The year ended with great weather and we had a beautful paddling trip to Valö. Read more about the paddling trip.