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Shops and access - I'm a Canadian surfer (who can't speak Norwegian), planning on visiting soon. If anyone could help me with some information I'd be stoked. For instance, could you please tell me about some local surf shops (how to contact, what they're called), and are the breaks near cities, or accessible by buss-trikk? Takk.
not much here - If you're not from norway you better not there to surf because you won't like it. Avoid Stavanger, cause it's the most inconsistent area. It's cold and it's a VERY long wait between the epic sessions, like 4 weeks... and even then, a good beach break in Hossegor is better!!
surfing norway - im looking to come to norway to surf crazy cold waterery wombs,any social boardriders clubs in stavager area,bar work possibilities ....at the moment surfing south africa, from oz and on a mission.help me and you be granted hueys delights i assure you........keep the feeling and snap the top of a few along the way!bruce
Norway - I am French as well and I have been in Norway more than a year. So long, just a couple of days of OK surfing in Revne Havn, otherwise it is really cold, usually small and windy, not worth a visit except for girls.
shit surf in Norway - I am a student from france and i havn't had a god day in a year, and i have been both stavanger, stadt, and lofoten. It's cold, windy, bumpy,most of the time. But good skiing and good girls
skunked - went to stavanger area for a week in october, flat as a lake, could see potenial, friendlly locals, many point breaks,storm came after we left. bummer
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Me too ! - Hello,Please have a look at my message in the Forum/Find a surf buddy section/"Northward ho !". I'm planning a road trip from France to Lofoten islands next spring (2003). Anybody in-between is welcome for sending info on Norway accomodations. Lofoten region especially.Thanx a lot, see you there !
looking for surfers - planning a surf trip, from denmark to norway from october 13th til oct 22th. thinking about the stavanger area. two are already commited, looking for more to share costs, and possible lodging hookups. get in touch soon.
Looking for Shops in Norway - I am looking for info about coming to Norway to surf and the possibility of hooking up with with some type of surfing work. I can work on and shape boards and also promote product. If anyone has any ideas it would be great to here from them! I live in the Pacific Northwest of the United States, where the water is just as cold as yours! So the water shouldn't be an issue, and it gets big and stormy here in the winter time also, nearly a contant 4-8 meters!!! Email me for any insight or if you want to come here to check it out for free! Jesse King
It,s not clean;) - Surfing in Norway consists of several hours in a sweaty car, to a break that never breaks. Off course sometimes it does, but then it's a bumpy ride (and cold). The good thing about surfing in Norway, is that the spots are seldom crowded, and the nature is wild and untouched. At least on the west coast. Go to Hoddevika (Maaløy). There you'll find good acommodation and nice surf. Specially in the wintertime. If you want a place to stay; ask for "Torkil" at the local gasstation, and they'll guide you.Later
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