Everyone must have a current GJ Sup Waiver & Release of Liability Form on file to rent equipment. If the individual is under 18 years of age, the waiver must be signed by a parent or legal guardian. This waiver will be kept on file for one year.

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Rental Agreement

Everyone must have a current GJ Sup Rental Agreement on file in order to rent equipment. If the individual is under 18 years of age, the rental agreement must be signed by a parent or legal guardian.

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Grand Junction Adventures is your place for paddle boarding, rafting, kayaking, mountain biking, climbing, hiking and SUP yoga adventure.

We’re a private, locally owned, small business and we strive to be known as a company that is fully educated on the skills set by the stand up paddle (SUP), yoga and fitness industry. We are committed to the continuous education on learning new teaching and instructing methods.

We have somethingfor all ages and experience levels. Get started today!


Meet Our Crew!


Meet Elizabeth

Owner / Manager

I was raised five miles off the shore of Lake Huron, Michigan. The water was a big part of my youth. There wasn’t much to do but get out on the water. As a kid we were always trying to make rafts or find objects that floated and paddle. I started getting into stand up paddle boarding a few years ago and loved it! I quickly realized the fun this water activity provided my family. Especially, on those hot summer days. Over the years I have participated in stand up paddle (SUP) clinics, trainings, workshops and instructor certifications. The SUP community (Stand Up Paddle Colorado, American Canoe Association, World Paddle Association, RVR2RVR, Hala Gear, Bic Sports, Academy of Yoga, Half Moon Yoga and Paddle Into Fitness) has been amazing by providing the insight and knowledge that has led to starting up Grand Junction Adventures!

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Certification and Experience

American Canoe Association L1 Instructor

World Paddle Association L1 SUP Instructor

Academy of Yoga, 200 hr RYT Instructor

Half Moon Yoga: Baptiste Yoga Teaching Certificate, 200 hr RYT Instructor

Paddle Into Fitness, SUP Yoga & Fitness Certificate

American Council of Exercise Instructor Candidate Training

American Canoe Association L2 - L4 Instructor Candidate Training

Stand UP Paddle Colorado Guide School 7 Day Intensive

River 2 River 2 Day SUP Clinic

First Aid and CPR

Wilderness First Aid

ACA L4 Swiftwater Rescue

Hala Gear Ambassador

Prana Influencer


Meet James!

James is a certified ACA Swiftwater instructor, lead river guide, AMGA SPI rock guide and PCIA single pitch, top rope & lead instructor.  He knows lots of other things too.  Come say hi to James!

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This is Matt!

Matt loves any and all adventures.  He’s always got something exciting going on, and Grand Junction Adventures is going to hold onto him as long as they can!

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This is Liz again.  She is wonderful at most everything, and is a PRO paddleboarder.


Meet Scott!

Scott is a guide extraordinaire.  With endless river miles logged, he lives for being on the river.


Here’s Spark!

Spark is the unofficial mascot of Grand Junction Adventures.  He loves belly rubs and making friends, almost as much as being on the river with his humans.

Stand up paddling or SUP is a surface water sport, a variant of surfing where the surfer uses the paddle to move through the water while standing on a surfboard. Stand up paddle surfing is derived from its Polynesian roots. The Hawaiian translation is Ku Hoe He’e Nalu; to stand, to paddle, to surf, a wave.

The popularity of the modern sport of SUP has its origination in the Hawaiian Islands. In the early 1960’s the Beach Boys of Waikiki would stand on their long boards and paddle out with outrigger paddles to take pictures of the tourist learning to surf. This is where the term “Beach Boy Surfing” originates, another name for Stand Up Paddle Surfing. In the early 2000’s Hawaiian surfers such as Dave Kalama, Brian Keaulana, and Laird Hamilton started SUP as an alternative way to train while the surf was down. As the years went on they found themselves entering events such as the Moloka’I to O’ahu Paddleboard Race and Mākaha’s Big Board Surfing Classic

Now you can find Stand UP Paddle Surfers in many of the Outrigger and Paddleboard races as participants within their own division. One difference between the modern idea of surfing and SUP is that the latter does not need a wave. In SUP, one can paddle on the open ocean, on lakes, rivers or any large body of water. One of the advantages of SUP is the angle of visibility. Because of the standing height over the water, one can see both deeper into the water and further across the surface of the water. This allows for better visualization of features others may not be able to see.

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