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Latitude: 54° 28.867' N
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across a long walk on reef 10min paddle out on the right
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Alternative name the peak
Good day length
Good swell direction
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Swell sizeStarts working at and holds up to
Best tide position
Best tide movement
the peak in Bundoran is top notch and may be giving way to a 165 berth marina within the next few years so get on it while you can. Best at 4-6ft. Another sheltered left start to work with a big swell.
99% of the locals are very friendly have a good session and buy them a pint in the pub and you have a mate for life
By Anonymous , 20-07-2011
Nice wave but over-rated - Just back from a trip here and had some good waves. The peak is pretty good but nothing epic. The locals are mostly cooks, so dont worry about getting waves.
By howlzy , 22-04-2008
patience and timing are all - If you are in this area when its firing - dreamtime. However, this may happen for 10 days a year MAX, the rest of the time its painfully average with month long waits for the westerlies to drop off. In winter unless you're a polar bear or a seal the cold is merciless, after 2hrs in the water the body starts shutting down. Also, the locals are getting alot less friendly, I had my windscreen smashed for little more than laughing at a local wipeout. Tread carefully.
By Tim. , 22-04-2007
Good Spot - Loved the Irish surfing experience. Everything from beachies to reefs and all in walking distance from the pub. Thanks to the boys at Bundoran Surf co for the hospitality and great hostel.
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