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Drive towards Arendal, head for Tromoya and the for Hove. When you're entering the camping drive through and go to the southern tip. Park your car and walk 2 minutes south. Go surf!
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Alternative name Hove
Good day length
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Good wind direction,
Swell sizeStarts working at and holds up to
Best tide position
Best tide movement
Great lefthander that takes you a loooooong way!
This spot was discovered 2 weeks ago and produces some of the longest rides in Norway. It's simply great!
By anonymous , 11-07-2003
no title - see pictures at www.heute.no/surflistaBILDE means picture in norwegian.this wave is so ugly i cannot find words to describe it.
By anonymous , 14-12-2002
no title - of course u can sit in front of the break a really long time and wait for it to happen. it can be the best wave known to man for all we know, but dont hold your breath waiting. every wave has its day, the question is how often.there is no doubt whatsoever that the waves are bigger and better at jæren. there you can go and it will be likely that you will encounter surfable waves on a regular basis. It dont have to be christmas and the 17. of may on the same day for it be good. and i am of the opinion that the info given about the spot is made by some over-stoked local peasant that surfed it once after a storm or something. it might have been good, but u can shit your pants it was better at some of the other spots listed here
By anonymous , 15-11-2002
no title - this place is likely to be the worst piece of shite ever.some annual event kind of wave.
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