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Guide, Holiday, Kitesurfing, Scotland, UK -

Scotland is home to some incredible beaches perfect for kitesurfing. The weather can vary a lot and as the colder months draw in, especially in Scotland, you may be put off from heading into the ocean. However, kitesurfing is great in colder weather and there are numerous health benefits to cold water. So don’t pack away your kit and continue to kitesurf throughout the autumn and winter. Scotland is a big country, so we have decided to narrow it down and look at some of the best beaches for kitesurfing, whether it is warm or cold!

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As the colder weather draws in, you may be put off heading out into the water, but you would be foolish to do so. Kitesurfing in the winter is fun, pumps the adrenaline that little bit more and the water is less busy, so you will have more space to practise jumps and tricks. In this blog, we take a look at the many reasons why winter kitesurfing is the best and why you should consider doing it over the next few months!

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Boards, Equipment, FAQs, Guide, Kitesurfing -

Whether you are purchasing your first kiteboard or your 10th, it is always a very exciting time, but it can be challenging to know what type of board is best suited to you. If you have done some lessons or already have some experience, you may have a brief understanding of what kind of board you require, but if you are a beginner, it is best to do some research before spending money on the wrong board. Unfortunately, there is no such thing as a ‘beginner’s kiteboard’, but not to fear, there are particular features to look out for if you are just starting out. From the size of the board to the style, we share our tips on how to select the perfect kiteboard for you and the type of ride you want to achieve.

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Beaches, kites, Kitesurfing, Kitesurfing Event, Watersports, Yorkshire -

Stretching from the Tees estuary to the Humber estuary along the North East coast of the UK, Yorkshire boasts a coastline of some 45 miles. Made up of dramatic cliffs, sandy beaches and featuring stunning views of the wild North Sea, it is enjoyed by locals and visitors all year round. Not only does its diversity make it such a fantastic place to visit, but also provides some great opportunities for kitesurfing. If offshore isn’t your thing, there are plenty of scenic lakes set high in the hills that offer the right amount of wind and space for an excellent surf.

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foil, foiling, kites, Kitesurfing, Paddleboarding, SUP, Surfing, Watersports -

One thing that makes watersports so exciting is its continual evolution, allowing for new and exciting practices. Thanks to some bright ideas and smart science, foiling technology is quickly allowing boarders from various disciplines to take to the skies.

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