Longmont Sculling Club Rowing and social activity
Grace and Fitness on the Water
The Longmont Sculling Club was founded in 2008 to provide a nurturing environment to scullers of all abilities to enable them to reach their goals through education, training and respect.
Teaching adults and teens to learn to scull, improving the technique of experienced members, and working to increase boat speed or enjoyment on the water, the Club provides equipment for members, and storage for Club and private equipment.
Longmont Sculling Club offers novice and experienced sculling. All of our training and teaching takes place in sculling boats, where each person has 2 oars. The club has quads (4 person boats), doubles and singles for instruction and independent use as a certified club member.
Sculling on Union Reservoir provides the ideal setting for learning and perfecting your stroke. No-wakes means you can focus on your sculling, not the waves created by ski boats. Our boats are conveniently located next to the water for easy carry to start and end your session.
The Longmont Sculling Club is committed to sharing this very special activity with like-minded people in a supportive and social setting.
Starting Nov 1, 2016 - Get in shape, stay in shape at 3-2-1- Attention Row!
Yoga for Rowers - new this year. Increase your flexibility and strength in these weekly sessions designed specifically for scullers and rowers.
* Special Days in 2016 at Longmont Sculling Club
* New link to Member Activities - Look here for the latest and greatest goings on.
Single sculler on Union Reservoir. Sunrise. Mist on the water. Beautiful!
World Rowing Indoor Sprints in Longmont - March 12, 2016. Check out some photo's of the event
What a fun day the first annual Paddle Like a Pirate Regatta was. Save the date and join us next time - Sept 17, 2016.
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'Believe me, my young friend, there is nothing- absolute nothing- half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats - Rat - Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame