20 outdoor adventure trips to take this summer
The problem many of us have had with windsurfing is the near-impossibility of climbing on the board, then somehow managing to raise the sail without everything going terrible awry. Enter kite-surfing though, and maybe those headaches are a thing of the past. Since the wind has already lofted your kite to the sky, your main goal is to navigate yourself on your board through the waves, giving you the freedom to control the air you get. For the beginner, the Cape's AirSupport Kiteboarding is a good place to start, with lessons beginning at $175.
AirSupport Kiteboarding, 109 Main St., West Dennis, 866-KITE-COD, www.kitecod.com