Learn to Surf in Canada | Cold water surfing

Tuesday, September 29th, 2009 at 7:59 am
A lot of times in the past and even now I'll forgo the best waves just because there are too many people. I used to get worried about hurting other people whenever a big set would come in and I wasn't able to duck my way out of trouble, but these days it's more a case of having to watch out for the antics of the inept and the agressive. 
Which is why surfing in colder waters is fantastic- there just aren't those crowds!
My local beach is Zurriola- take a look at this- yeech!
So yeah, I'm all for cold-water surfing and Canada sounds like a lovely place to so it- read about the best locations here.

GIrl Surf 

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One Response to “Learn to Surf in Canada | Cold water surfing”

  1. Corbin Says:

    Hey thanks for the plug to my post! I can honestly say I’ve never seen Canada’s beaches get even half that crowded. That’s nuts! lol. It definitely is a beautiful place to check out though, just remember to bring a wet suit, and some of those hand warmer things that you can rub between your hands after your done. Appendages have a tendency to numb up after a couple hours of surfing up north. But the beauty of it all is that you are usually one of only a handful of surfers brave enough (or crazy enough) to be out there. Hope to see you out there!

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