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Surfing in Greenland..! - Borea Adventures

    https://www.boreaadventures.com/blog/Surfing_in_Greenland_2/
    Surfing in Greenland..! AURORA picked up a new group of explorers in Kulusuk on August 17th. That day was foggy and for awhile it didn´t look like the plane from Iceland could land. Eventually they found an opening in the fog and landed. This was a group of experienced Californian surfers that were here to explore opportunities for surfing in ...

The Ultimate Guide to Surfing in Iceland Guide to Iceland

    https://guidetoiceland.is/travel-info/surfing-in-iceland
    "Cold, beautiful and unpredictable" is how Atli, describes Iceland as a surfing destination. He has traversed the world in search of the perfect wave and is a diligent member of Iceland's slowly growing community of surfers who have mastered the waters of the southwest coast. "Surfing has started to get more popular with Icelanders," says Atli.Author: Magnús Ólafsson

Greenland Surf Map – Wind and Wave forecasts

    https://www.surf-forecast.com/weather_maps/Greenland
    Greenland wave (swell) map for surfers, windsurfers and sailors showing open ocean wave size, wave period and wave energy. You can customize the wave and wind maps with overlays for wind arrows, pressure and general weather for surfing.

Iceland - WannaSurf, surf spots atlas, surfing photos ...

    https://www.wannasurf.com/spot/Europe/Iceland/
    WannaSurf - Free illustrated atlas of surf spots and surfing worldwide with maps of surf spots, detailed descriptions and photos. All the best weather and forecast maps. An interactive environment provides messages, reports and data editing.

Greenland History, Geography, & Culture Britannica

    https://www.britannica.com/place/Greenland
    Greenland’s major physical feature is its massive ice sheet, which is second only to Antarctica’s in size. The Greenland Ice Sheet has an average thickness of 5,000 feet (1,500 metres), reaches a maximum thickness of about 10,000 feet (3,000 metres), and covers more than 700,000 square miles (1,800,000 square km)—over four-fifths of Greenland’s total land area.

Greenland Paddle vs. Euro Blade Paddling.com

    https://paddling.com/learn/greenland-paddle-vs-euro-blade/
    That's where the Greenland paddle comes in. If you think about it, the Euro blade has a lot of surface area, all at the very end, while the Greenland paddle has a lot of surface area, but it's distributed along the entire length of the paddle so that, essentially, with each stroke, you are pulling a little bit less.

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