Published on 12 Sep 2017 by Gwion Llwyd

The 22nd October 2017 sees the return of the UK Pro Surf Tour to Snowdonia. This is the 3rd year that the event will be taking place at Surf Snowdonia in Conwy and it is a great opportunity for you to see the UK’s most exciting surfers.

Drawing a crowd of 2000, it is set to be a great day out; a mini festival vibe with live music, refreshments and food served all day at Surf Snowdonia’s cafés, deli and bar, it is something for all the family with free entry and parking.

The UK Pro Surf Tour showcases the best UK surfers in the best surfing spots. You’ll see the UK’s top male, female and junior surfers compete to take the top spots in in their respective categories; competitors qualify on merit with a cash prize in each category.

David Reed, the director of the UK Pro Surf Association said of the location; “Surf Snowdonia provides an outstanding and unique venue for a contest where the waves are consistent and guaranteed, allowing the surfer’s performances to be fairly judged. It is a fantastic location to watch the sport up close and get engaged with the drama of competitive surfing”.

For a sneak peak – have a look at this…..

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