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Britain’s First Artificial Surfing Wave Is Finally Open – And It Looks Sick

This video shows exactly what we've all been waiting for...

Somethings are worth getting excited for – the wave at Surf Snowdonia is definitely one of them.

Tucked away inland in deepest Wales, you will find the longest man-made surfing wave in the world, which opens to the public at 10am on 1 August.

It’s the longest man-made surfing wave in the world

How does it work? Well it’s a 150m long pool which creates perfect waves up to 2m high with each ride lasting up to 16 seconds.

The height of the wave can be adjusted to suit everyone – from beginners to professional waveriders.

It might be in the middle of Wales, but it’s only two hours drive from Manchester and Liverpool, people. We think it’s definitely worth a visit!

Visit the Surf Snowdonia website to book your go: surfsnowdonia.co.uk

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