There are plenty of excellent places to find river surfing spots without ever having to leave the comforts of home. Taking your search to the Internet is the best way to find exactly what you are seeking. Simply browse through as many travel websites as possible, and you should find many fantastic nearby surfing spots. Just make sure that the website provides current information about each travel destination. Nothing is worse than finding out that your Read the rest of this entry »August 2nd, 2012
Best Places In America To River Surf
River surfing is even more fun when you’re in a great location to do it. In the United States, Jackson Hole in Wyoming is an extremely popular area for river surfing, particularly a site called the “the Lunch Counter” which has been a top river surfing spot for years. River surfers also love the Arkansas River site in Pueblo, Colorado for amazing river surfing. Head to the Kawarau River in New Zealand, where there is even a commercial river surfing business Read the rest of this entry »August 1st, 2012
River surfing is an exciting sport in which you surf standing waves and tides in rivers. It is extremely popular worldwide, and particularly in such areas as New Zealand, North America, and Europe. The most famous location for river surfing in the United States is undoubtedly Jackson Hole, Wyoming, where there are specific waves in rivers that are considered excellent for river surfing and are widely known within the river surfing community.
River surfing can be done very safely, Read the rest of this entry »July 31st, 2012
The Latest In River Surfing Gear
River surfing has become a competitive sport amongst avid surfers. Slipping on the wetsuit and sliding into that cold icy river to tackle the white rapids takes knowledge of the rapids and a great amount of stamina. Some of the favorite locations to river surf in the United States and abroad are places such as the Kelani River, The Dewey Lakes Trail in Juneau Alaska, the rivers in Pennsylvania, The Colorado River, and Rivers in the UK. Most of these rivers offer different levels of excitement and skill.
Riding on the Read the rest of this entry »July 28th, 2012
River Surfing Tips From The Pros
The sport of surfing is best known for its escape from reality. A place to relieve any stresses. As surprising as it may sound, surfing is not only meant for the salty waters of the ocean. It can also be done in wave filled rivers.
Besides the fact that river surfing is done in a river and not the ocean, how do the two differ? River surfing is achieved on a stationary wave. A stationary wave is created by fast moving water going over a drop in the river bottom. The water flows over this drop and back up Read the rest of this entry »July 27th, 2012