Gary McCall's photo of Bundoran - The Peak

Tullan with rebound waves from the cliff forming an almost perfect grid

Average rating of 3.62 from 32 votes

Bundoran - The Peak

Spot Location: UK + Ireland > Ireland > Bundoran - The Peak

Date Taken: 24th November 2008. 5383 page views since 2nd December 2008.

Swell Rating Primary Swell Secondary Swell Wind (+ Gusts) Weather
16ft 11s 328.58°     15
Clear 47°f
Liz.J's avatar

Liz.J Apr 1, 2009 Rating: 5

Love those endless lines of sets coming in!

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Sonovabich Dec 18, 2008 Rating: 7

Excellent. How did you get such a high ladder?

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archibald gruntfuttock Dec 5, 2008 Rating: 6

cos he's probably in the surf numpty?

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Doz Dec 4, 2008 Rating: -5

How about doing some of these rad airial shots when the surfs actually good! that will be insane...

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bemmer Dec 4, 2008 Rating: -1

This is a great shot, I love the rebounding waves forming squares - really bizarre!

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catfish Dec 4, 2008 Rating: 5

looks knda frothy on the inside there

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Croney Dec 4, 2008 Rating: 5

Gary you have taken some cool shots, do you own your own plane or what?

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Croney Dec 4, 2008 Rating: 5


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Shorey Dec 4, 2008 Rating: 0

This place must get pretty crazy.

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Hos Dec 4, 2008 Rating: 5

Reflection methinks. Could lead to some gnarly left hand wedges.

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Tchdup Dec 4, 2008 Rating: 1


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waterdog290 Dec 4, 2008 Rating: -1

sick pic

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locoparasurf Dec 4, 2008 Rating: 5


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locoparasurf Dec 4, 2008 Rating: -2


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Gary McCall Dec 4, 2008 Rating: 3

All the time... Check out the other shot which is taken from the far side

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o0ochrisdo0o Dec 4, 2008 Rating: -1


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Tits local Dec 4, 2008 Rating: 5

One of the stranger wave photos I've seen in 30 years of surfing. Does this spot do that often?



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