Wakeboarding in Alaska
Wakeboard Charters, Wake Parks, Wake Shops & Locations
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We have yet to locate a business listing for wakeboarding in Alaska. It appears participation in wakeboarding is mainly done by individuals with their own boats. Are you familiar with a new or unlisted company for wakeboarding in Alaska?
Wakeboarding incorporates techniques from sports like water skiing, snowboarding and surfing. The most popular location for wakeboarding is on a lake. The boat travels at different speeds to accommodate the wakeboarder. The typical speed is 20-25 miles per hour. A boat is convenient but not necessary. Cable wakeboarding is a much cheaper way to enjoy the sport. The board is made from either foam or honey comb and is coated with fiberglass. Attached to the board are fins and bindings which can each be adjusted for personal preference.
Equipment used in Wakeboarding
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