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Topic: pro surf in scotland

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pri

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pro surf in scotland

« on: August 31 2005 15:08:00 »

hello,i,m a surf filmaker and i,m going to go to scotland with 2 profesional surfers in october.where can we go?what are the best spot with beatiful places to shoot?how much time from edimburg by a car?thanks

By:

sb

RE: pro surf in scotland

« Reply #1 on: September 01 2005 02:09:00 »

I'd say travel up to Thurso. Awesome wave with plenty of other breaks nearby. You would head towards the Forth road bridge from Edinburgh. Once you're over take the Sign for the A9 Inverness road and just stay on that for the next 260 miles.....the raods are crap which in turn makes 260 miles a very long journey eg 4 / 5 hrs. As and when you arrive you'll see the views and sites as its a beautiful part of the world!
The west coast is also stunning....
Have fun

By:

Ian Fraser

RE: pro surf in scotland

« Reply #2 on: September 01 2005 06:09:00 »

The Outer Hebrides are a must. White sand, turquoise water and you will have it pretty much to yourself. Picks up all the swell off the atlantic so one of the most consistant areas in Scotland. Loads of spots from reefs to beaches.

Get there by taking the ferry from Ullapool on the west coast of the mainland to Stornaway on Lewis. You can also take the bridge over to Skye and then the ferry from Uig to Tarbert on Harris. It is a bit of an expedition to get there but it is well worth it.


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