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- 30 January 2018 | Surfing
Welcome to Trestles Beach, one of Southern California's most iconic surf spots.
Located on the outskirts of San Clemente, but still belonging to the San Diego County, Trestles is part of San Onofre State Beach, a beautiful stretch of coastline surrounded by fauna and flora.
In fact, San Onofre State Beach is a collection of premier surf breaks. From West to East, you'll find Uppers, Lowers, Middles, The Church, The Point, Old Man's, and Dog Patch, the last spot before the San Onofre Nuclear Power Plant.
- 29 January 2018 | Surfing
The Kamchatka Peninsula is one of those places on Earth where you can snowboard and surf on the same day.
Russia's "state of bears and volcanoes" is a 780-mile peninsula located in the country's far east. With its warm summers and cold winters, it is an adventure destination for those who appreciate actions sports.
Three local friends - Anton Morozov, Denis Kulyasov, and Aleksey Motorin - live and surf Kamchatka on a regular basis. The spot they prefer to ride has no roads and is isolated from civilization.
- 26 January 2018 | Surfing
Is it safe to surf after it rains? How does surfing after a heavy rainfall affect your health? Make no mistake: the risk is much greater than the reward.
It's hard to be out of the water when the waves are picture-perfect, and the lineup is empty. But if rain has just fallen, you might just stay where you are.
It's a classic dilemma; one that has been rumored in the surfing community for a couple of decades. What are the risks of contracting diseases after it rains? Should you postpone a surf session just because it's raining?
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