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hmm... - Yeah, just get a full wetsuit in summer and you'll be fine... cmon, water is not thaaaat cold in summer... and winters are really mild ova there despite the fact that its so far to the north.in winter water can be helluva cold tho...I reckon...its all bull bout the weather..yes it's rainy and such but southern Norway is mild all-year-round and so is the northern part along the coast because theres that Gulf Stream thing :D... Some spot we all now there can be quite nice but personally I think- Norway's still an undiscovered miracle in the surf world..at least for the surfers that like explorin new places.. believe me-if you get some time and money, take a trip, travel around the most beautiful country in the world, take your board with you and explore and explore and I reckon- you'll be granted.... I guess, the more to the north, the better but well don't trust my words as it's still untried in life... I seen some sick barrels far north, as ever its really rocky but still you could find a pristine sabulous and fabulous seashore all for yourself with some great wave.. one of them was so far north and access almost impossible but at least for me it seemed fantastic and I cant wait to get back to the place and try it myself...yeah...the urchin and rips seemed a big problem everywhere so watch out.
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waahoo - hay somebody im from torqauy surf capital of australia! moveing to stavanger for im not sure how long! im an exspirenst surfer wanting to know if a 4/3 seald steamer weat suit an bootys gloves would be warm enougth?? an also is it easy to get work in a surf skate store or an irish pub??
New in the country! - Hi to everyone! I'm from Spain, just a few months surfing, and I'm planning to move to Norway to work, in less than a year. I'd like to change experiences and meet people who likes surfing around there, so I can go surfing with, See u!
surfing LOFOTEN, norway - Hi!I`m a 19 yeas old girl from norway, planning to do some surfing in lofoten after newyear. Im travelling alone, and would like someone to be in the water with, since I really dont know how to surf. Tryed once.. I`m from the west coast (Bergen) - but have been in lofoten for a cupple months. Going home for x-mas, and up again as soon as i can to do some real x-ploring of beautiful and powerful north.kari:)
please advice us - Hello, Ifm e-mailing from Japan.We are planning a trip on Nov that we want to go freezing area.So we want to know what kind of equipment we need to surf (what kinda wetsuits we need etcc..).Then if someone had surfed in such freezing water, please give us some ideas how you keep warm in such area.What do you take with you as your special idea to get warm after surf?We need your help to make the trip great .Please advice us.Thanks
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Surfing Norway in August! - Hi ya mates!I'm going to Norway for a couple of weeks,I went to Norway before but i never surfed! This time I'll be around Alesund and Trondheim most of the time and I will bring my full wetsuit because i must try surfing the norwegian coast!!! I'm coming from Italy, where surfing conditions are not that excellent...so I'm used to any kind of spots!I'm still a beginner,do ya think Norway can be ok????? do ya know any place where I can hire a board for at least a couple of hours???anybody can give me a tips?????please contact me!!!thankssss lotssss! X
Stokköya? - Havnt tried, but im going to!
cali surfer wave hunting - hey whats up i live california right now finshing school and planing surf trips for around the world. my grandfather was from norway and i was planing to come there any way but i didnt even think about surfing there until i found this site. any ways i wanted to know the spots to go the best time to go in the year and what style boards should i bring. im stoked that theres wave there i cant wait to get on them
lofoten - if you're up for it, lofoten has (by far) the best surf in norway...the fact that it is not mentioned attests to the fact that 1) most people are still unaware of it; 2) most people wdon't have the time to go there...still it is a joke to mention norwegian surfing without discussing the lofoten...when you are there, respect the locals (there are a handful) and bring a relaxed attitude...this place is one of the last frontiers of surfing and does not need to be marred by a "brazilian"-type sensibility...as for getting there, you got to figure it out for yourself, the way surf exploration is supposed to be! good luck!
Trondheim - Hello!Has any of ya fellas surft north from Trondheim. Ive been checking the map and really think there must be spots around.Thanks
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