SK/RK 103, Beginning Rolling
Due to risks of COVID19 we are not offering rolling classes at this time
Beginning Level Kayak Rolling Lesson (aka Eskimo Roll)
*Due to the Coronavirus this class is postponed*
If your capsize, re-entry rescue, and bracing skills are good but your other kayak lessons didn't include rolling, or you used to be able to roll but lost it, this is the lesson for you. This kayak rolling lesson is for both whitewater and sea kayakers.
For sea kayakers, if your bracing and hip snap need work, or it takes you more than eight strokes to make a circle, we recommend taking our SK 101 & 102 or SK111 & 115 courses instead.
NOTE: This is not a substitute for learning how to wet-exit (as some You-Tube fans believe).
If you are bringing your own kayak, please let us know which model you will bring when the sign-up form to the right prompts you.
Summer (June - Oct.): Tibbitts Beach (map), Lake Sammamish State Park
Duration: 1.5 hours
Class Size: 2 - 3 people
Tuition (winter includes use of pool time, summer includes use of: dry suit, booties, and scull cap): KA Alumni $130 all others $200. Alumni, use the code ROLL35 in checkout to get the discount. If that doesn't work, give us a call and we'll make it right.
Kayak Rental: $25.00 plus tax, delivered to the lesson. Includes kayak, spray-skirt, PFD, bilge pump, paddle float, and paddle.
Parking: Summer: A Washington State Discover Pass ($30/yr.) or $10 Day Use Fee is required to drive into the State Park. Passes may be purchased from machine at park entrance or on-line at:Buy Discover Pass On-line
Please read our Cancellation/Reschedule Policy
Prerequisites: SK 102 or higher level training or equivalent with approval. If the only kayak lessons you've had were from REI you'll need our SK101 & SK102 before enrolling in this lesson. WKC and Mountaineer sea kayak students are welcome.
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