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Jump off the train and straight onto your board – the best water sports activities in Bavaria

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Fancy cooling off? You don't have to go to the sea to do that. Bavaria has plenty to offer in terms of refreshing places to visit – wind surfing, stand-up padding or a quaint raft trip.

Paddling down the Pegnitz is for the mind and soul

Paddle down the Pegnitz in a canoe or kayak. On the Pegnitz you can paddle for miles and miles through undisturbed nature.
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On an adventure tour in Tyrol's wild water

Just a few minutes from Reutte train station, off you go on a wet adventure you won't soon forget.
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Watersports on Lake Brombach

Whether you're windsurfing or kiting, the force of the wind will see you tear across the largest reservoir in the Franconian Lake District. On the other hand, if you prefer something a little more relaxing, you can explore the region with stand-up paddling (SUP) or a kayak.
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Raft trip on the Isar

Sit back and relax: If you prefer something a little calmer, you can book a raft trip with Heiner Thalmayer.
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Stand-up paddling in the middle of Nuremberg

Stand-up paddling (or SUP) is fun and incidentally tones your whole body. In the Nuremberg district of Mühlhof you can either hire a board or buy one.
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Nearest station: Nuremberg main station Mühlhofer Hauptstraße 7
90453 Nuremberg
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