Surf Anywhere
Builds Waves

the perfect wave in your neck of the woods

It started with a project that could change the world

Surf Anywhere was a born out of the need for the Alberta River Surfing Association (ARSA) to have a world class wave.  This selfish quest quickly turned into a project to improve the world.  Because the Kananaskis river is dam operated and turns off at night we have the ideal location to test new wave designs and release that information with the world.  From there our mission is to make building these wave in other river surfing communities around the world as easy as possible.

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 Milestones

We are tracking the progress of the Surf Anywhere project so you can follow along. As results are uncovered they are published.  Contact us if you are interested in building a wave in your community.

  • Track our progress
  • Use as a template to build your own wave
  • Show others wave building is easy and accessible

 
Follow Our Progress

Donate

The Surf Anywhere project is built entirely from donations.  Hundreds of man hours and thousands of dollars have been given to the cause.  Please support us for these reasons and others:

  • Open source design means our results are public
  • Perfect location to test wave designs
  • Our design is the most cost effective in the world
  • We have government approval

 
Donate to the Cause

Blog

We are keeping track of all the other wave building projects in the world and progress made in the area of wave building.  Please contact us, send us links, or just drop a hello if you are:

  • Building a wave in a river near you
  • Found a new river wave
  • Have an idea for a wave design
  • Love river surfing!!

 
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Contact the Team

arsa@riversurfing.ca
587.887.4639
 
*All donations are handled by the Alberta River Surfing Association (ARSA). ARSA is incorporated in Alberta and is a registered Alberta Charity. ARSA is run by volunteers and 100% of all donations go directly towards the surf anywhere project.
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