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RE: Surfing in Norway« Reply #1 on: October 31 2007 07:10:00 »
Unstad in Lofoten is the best there is. Always wear the thickest suit you can find. Water is hardly ever over 13 degrees in spring, 14-18 in june (10 at Unstad), 16-19 in jul/aug (12 at Unstad)
RE: Surfing in Norway« Reply #2 on: January 10 2008 20:01:00 »
I surfed Hoddevik. It is a great wave. You can fly to Sandane and drive there it's 10 minutes from Stadtlaner. It breaks really good and almost any wind is channeled into offshore. At the time I was there I could have worn a 4-3 but all they had to rent me was a 654. There's a little surf shop that has suits and board s for rent.
RE: Surfing in Norway« Reply #3 on: June 11 2009 04:06:00 »
Guys, I am Portuguese and planning to fly up to visit a friend and try the some ball-freezing Norwegian surf.
Besides Hoddevik what other spots get good waves?
How consistent is it in August/September?
Thanks for any tips
RE: Surfing in Norway« Reply #4 on: April 21 2010 14:04:53 »
Hoddevik is a closeout. Around stavanger there are some nice waves, Lofoten looks magic, Saltstein is flat most of the year and crowded when it breaks. Well thats the hyped places.
RE: Surfing in Norway« Reply #5 on: May 07 2010 06:05:460 »
Is it worth the tripp to Stavanger in the end of may, when´s the season there?
RE: Surfing in Norway« Reply #7 on: May 11 2010 12:05:923 »
hey guys! hoddevik is sweet! but if you want a real norwegian surf experience you should go to lofoten. no doubt...
RE: Surfing in Norway« Reply #8 on: September 24 2010 17:09:00 »
HI i´m Portuguese , and im going to live in Sweden(ludvika) for a couple off years , unfortunately in Sweden there is no waves to surf , so the nearest surf spots shod be in Norway.
So im asking if you can give me some info about a local surf community to contact with.