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surfing in montreal« on: December 03 2005 18:12:00 »
hey, im currently a student at mcgill university in montreal. i wanted to know if there is anywhere i can learn how to surf here in montreal. i just heard about habitat 67 but i dont know much about it. could anyone please help me out and give me some info into how i can learn at habitat 67. are there any surf schools or so on. thanks a lot.
RE: surfing in montreal« Reply #1 on: December 04 2005 01:12:00 »
From what I have heard, surfing in montreal is done in a river. That is, a standing wave, which is different from traditional surfing. Rocks can be hazardous, but it seems a number of people do it and enjoy it, so talk to some local surfers about further details.
RE: surfing in montreal« Reply #2 on: December 07 2005 12:12:00 »
i surf in Montreal, if you want some info write to me on my e-mail.
RE: surfing in montreal« Reply #3 on: December 15 2005 09:12:00 »
Hey... weird but I am a Mcgill student too. I surfed there until about October this year. Give me a shout and I will tell you all about it, and show you around in the spring. Good luck on exams.
RE: surfing in montreal« Reply #4 on: January 17 2006 16:01:00 »
Hey, I am a McGill student as well. I surfed a few times in Ireland last year and I've gone on two trips this past fall to Maine. I've heard about surfing Habitat 67 but I've never gone. Have you heard anything from anyone about surfing in Montreal?
RE: surfing in montreal« Reply #5 on: January 25 2006 19:01:00 »
last time I went to check out this spot, there was about 15 surfers out. It is a harmless wave that is a little over three-foot. If you plan on learning, pick a colder day or go early morning when they'll be less people because there is only one wave to share. But I recommend you to go look at it for at least an hour and see how others are doing it. I make surfboards that are custom-made for this specific wave. anyone interested, email me.
RE: surfing in montreal« Reply #7 on: April 18 2006 21:04:00 »
I think it is already started
RE: surfing in montreal« Reply #9 on: June 09 2006 23:06:00 »
I try to get there, some good surfer with me fron hampton beach, want to go tomorrow.