- Host Sarah explores her adventurous side and learns the trendy sport of SUP with Surf Ontario… link
- Hanging 10? On Lake Erie! Great Lakes have attracted waves of surfers for years… link
Surfing the Grand
Surfing on the Grand River? No way, no waves! But add a paddle and larger board into the equation and you have Stand Up Paddle Boarding (SUP)....read more
Scarborough Bluffs a not-so-secret surf spot - Jessica Lee
On windy mornings in the fall at the Scarborough Bluffs, one may happen to see a group of neoprene-clothed surfers bobbing in the lake while waiting to catch a wave…. Read more
On the final Saturday in January, Environment Canada issued a gale warning for mariners braving the frigid waters of eastern Lake Ontario: expect flurries and wind gusts of 30 knots, plus four to five metre swells. Closer to shore, along a rock-strewn beach, the air temperature hovered at a cool zero degrees, with a wind chill of minus six.
High swells, low temps, and perfect waves: wax-up the long boards, dudes, it’s surf season in Toronto.
Surf Ontario might just be the perfect representative of Toronto’s surfing scene: Tucked away in an easy-to-miss building on Eastern Avenue, you have to walk through an art gallery just to get to it. The shop—a long, narrow room lined with surfboards, paddleboards, and skateboards….