June 22 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pmFree – $20.00
Do you identify as BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, Person of Color)? Are you interested in beginner-friendly guided kayak trips and spending time in nature? Join our Vice President, Olivia Payne, and other BIPOC individuals on one or all of the paddles in this series. We hope you feel a sense of connection with nature among BIPOC outdoor enthusiasts through kayaking on the beautiful Allegheny River.
Meet at Kayak Pittsburgh Sharpsburg where we’ll introduce ourselves and run through the basics of kayaking. Once everyone is equipped with a boat, paddle, and life jacket we’ll paddle out to explore the Allegheny River together. Kids are welcome to join for this event. Ages 3+ can join you on a tandem kayak.
Bring your own kayak or rent one for a reduced rate.
For those bringing their own equipment, please make sure your kayak is in proper working condition and your life jacket is USCG approved.
Age Regulations for Kayaking
Age 3 (or 35 lbs) to 12 – Must be in a tandem kayak with a parent or guardian, and parent or guardian must sign an Acknowledgement & Assumption of Risk Form for each child.
Age 13-15 – May be in a solo kayak, but must be accompanied by a parent or guardian on the water. Must also have parent or guardian sign an Acknowledgement & Assumption of Risk Form.
Age 16-17 – May be in a solo kayak on water alone, but parent or guardian must sign an Acknowledgement & Assumption of Risk Form.