Surfing Tidal Wave in China – The “Silver Dragon”

Surfing China’s River Wave – The Silver Dragon

The Qiantang River Bore (Silver Dragon) in Hangzhou is a natural wonder that it is both beautiful and intimidating at the same time.

The bore is formed at the mouth of the Qiantang River where it joins the Hangzhou Bay.

The tremendous narrowing of the river from a width of 100 kilometers and the gentle rising of the riverbed at this point constricts the river water and creates a giant wave that is called the tidal bore.

It certainly takes dedication to surf a river with water as dirty as that…

Surfing China’s River Wave – The Silver Dragon

The Qiantang River Bore (Silver Dragon) in Hangzhou is a natural wonder that it is both beautiful and intimidating at the same time.

The bore is formed at the mouth of the Qiantang River where it joins the Hangzhou Bay.

The tremendous narrowing of the river from a width of 100 kilometers and the gentle rising of the riverbed at this point constricts the river water and creates a giant wave that is called the tidal bore.

It certainly takes dedication to surf a river with water as dirty as that…

 

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