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Eisbach Wave (Eisbachwelle)
Eisbach Wave (Eisbachwelle)

Eisbach Wave (Eisbachwelle)

Prinzregentenstraße, Munich, Germany, 80538

Practical Info

The water is cold (it is an ‘ice brook,’ after all) and quite shallow—in some places only 15 inches (40 cm) deep—so the popular river surfing spot is best left to experienced surfers. Because the man­-made wave is a ‘standing’ wave, it can be surfed as long as one's balance holds. There's also a second standing wave downstream (north) in theEnglish Garden (Englischer Garten) where the river is wider and the water flows slower,making this wave a better option for beginner surfers.

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