Cribbar shown within Cornwall
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The Cribbar is best known for creating annual big waves, popular with experienced big wave surfers from across the world. Wave faces can be in excess of 30 ft (9.1 m). The Zorba is a reef 2 miles (3.2 km) further off the coast and can create even higher waves.
Location and webcam for the Cribbar: www
- Daily Telegraph, 2 July 2008: "Surfers ride Newquay's giant Cribbar wave: Adventurous surfers have been tackling one of the country's largest and rarest waves after it broke off the coast of Cornwall."
- Ford, Nick; Brown, David (2006). Surfing and social theory: experience, embodiment and narrative of the dream glide. Taylor & Francis. p. 163. ISBN 978-0-415-33432-7.
- The Surfing Tribe: A History of Surfing in Britain by Roger Mansfield (Orca Publications, 2009)
- The Cribbar by Steve Kessell (Visit Newquay)
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Clothing brand dedicated to the Cribbar: www