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RE: Surf BC Canada?« Reply #1 on: August 20 2004 20:08:00 »
Well there's nothing real close to bellingham you would have to go all the way to the coast in OR or go up to canada. Tofino on Victoria Island is pretty good.
RE: Surf BC Canada?« Reply #3 on: September 19 2004 20:09:00 »
Hey there lots of good surf in westport. It can get crazy if you are not careful.pm
RE: Surf BC Canada?« Reply #4 on: November 18 2004 14:11:00 »
hi, could any 1 tell me the best spot any where in canada?
RE: Surf BC Canada?« Reply #5 on: November 18 2004 16:11:00 »
tofino super chick sucks at surfing..........
RE: Surf BC Canada?« Reply #6 on: November 19 2004 14:11:00 »
were is the best board shop on vanc island (NOT longboards)? i needa buy a new board
RE: Surf BC Canada?« Reply #7 on: November 22 2004 21:11:00 »
look to your coast buddy. you can find surf pretty much on any coast. we always head down to washington if we dont go to the island...
you're definately gonna have to drive a few hours tho
RE: Surf BC Canada?« Reply #9 on: February 01 2005 16:02:00 »
Man, you've got a nice wave about 1 hours drive. Head down
to Ft. Ebbey on Whidbey Island. It takes a large swell out on the open ocean to pump in but when it does it is a nice wave and can pretty hollow. I would check this spot out if you are heading out to the Washington coast as it is near the ferry to get you out on the Olympic Pennisula. There are a bunch of breaks stretching from Port Angelas out to Neah Bay.
The Ferry is $10.00-$15.00 bucks US.