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flowrider?« on: August 12 2005 05:08:00 »
Hey i'm heading to denmark in the wintertime their, but am heading up to norway also, i know there is a flowrider up there. i'm from phillip island in australia so im used to cold weather, do the warm the water for the flowrider? is it expensive? i wann surf in europe when im there but i know that tiome of year like arctic which is very sing bagus. any info on the flowrider would be sick.
RE: flowrider?« Reply #1 on: December 17 2005 02:12:00 »
i am from wa and went there in Summer and it was cold out but the water was warm. it is not that expensive as you just pay for entry but takes a couple of hours to get to from oslo. also i had a feeling that it closed in winter as it is just part of a water park - like wet and wild.
RE: flowrider?« Reply #2 on: July 28 2006 05:07:00 »
The Flowrider is located in Bo in Telemark, that is 2 hours driving west of Oslo. Its about NOK 250,- to enter the waterpark called Bo Sommarland. Open from mid June to mid August. The water temperature is held at 25 degrees C. Go there on a rainy day, and You'll avoid the crowds of tourists.
RE: flowrider?« Reply #3 on: September 13 2006 11:09:00 »
I went there this summer to. If your lucky you'll get to se the realy good ones. Absolutely worth the money, and if you get sick of just surfing it's a lot of other things to do there:)