Ben Skinner talks about The Cribber

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The Cribber is an infamous reef off the headland of Cornwall. It's quite a famous spot in Cornish surfing circles. The surf coming in turns into quite large waves, maybe 6-8 feet, which is significant for any surf spot.

However, that's just the beginning of the wave, and it often grows to 12 to 15 feet. That's when you'll need a jetski to tow you out far enough to catch the waves. It's not Hawaii's North Shore, but it's the toughest surfing spot in England.



Well worth a visit if you're a surfer.

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Last updated by Jack on 05 December, 2010 in Destinations.

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