Surf To Snow

September 9, 2017 @ 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
San Onofre Beach Trail 6
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Join Artie Castro and Doug Fagel for the Surf to Snow event at one of California’s best beaches!Surf to Snow 22 This one day education event helps to develop crossover skills that translate to improved skiing/snowboarding performance. Participants will learn valuable tips on using surfing as a crosstraining tool to strengthen agility and versatility on the slopes. This event is open to all disciplines and all ability levels; from first timers to advanced level surfers. The group will be camping Friday and Saturday night at nearby San O Beach Campground.

The event is open to Everyone: Non Members event fee is $140 –

●Earn Ed Credit while preparing for the next season at the beach.
Meet at the Trail 6 Parking Area between 8:30 and 9:00am
(Camping: Friday, Sept. 8 – 10)
(Evening BBQ Hangout on Saturday at the Campground after surfing)
●We will setup a base camp at the beach which is a walk down the hill from the parking lot.
(Camping: San O Campground)
Parking (@$ 15) and Camping Fees (@$15) are not included in your event registration.  Once registered, you will receive details for how to lock in your spot in the group’s campsites.
● Goodie bags are included for all participants!!
● Surfboard Demos sponsored by Quivers

What to Bring:
● Comfortable Beach Attire
● Surfboard: Shortboard, Longboard, or Surf SUP
● Wetsuit/Surf Shirt: Water Temps can be cool this time of year
● Food & Water: BBQ Grill supplied by Traeger
● Sunscreen & Sunglasses

Info on San O:
San Onofre State Beach is one of California’s most popular beaches and hosts surfers, swimmers, sunbathers, campers, kayakers, birders, fishermen and bicyclists. It has almost 2.5 million visitors per year and it is one of the top five mostvisited state parks in California.  Whales, dolphins and sea lions can be seen offshore from time to time. Governor Ronald Reagan established San Onofre State Beach in 1971. The state beach has three distinct areas: the San Onofre Bluffs, the San Mateo Campground and the San Onofre Surf Beach.

Weekend Beach Camping:
There are a few camping sites reserved to provide a hub for people traveling into the area for the event as well as out post event BBQ on Saturday. There is plenty of camping space! Lock down your spot in the campsite and email Artie Castro ASAP at! Expect to pay $15.00 per person for camping, whether you are staying one or two nights.  Also, parking fees are extra and parking is limited so do your best to carpool.



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