Giorgio C One of my fav spots
To enter wild water is to cross a border. You pass the lake’s edge, the sea’s shore, the river’s brink – and you break the surface of the water itself. In doing so, you move from one realm into another: a realm of freedom, adventure, magic, and occasionally of danger.
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Ingrid A Just booked myself into the Samoa Swim Series end of July - exciting, people comments from last year include swimming alongside turtles and tropical fish, now to just get my swim fitness levels up :p
Lough Lene in County Westmeath, Ireland is the most wonderful lake i have swam in. I was there last summer at sunset and it was mighty. I have lived so close to this lake for a decade and never made the 30 minute journey over as I always swam in m...
Ingrid A answered the question How about posting some photos of your favourite wild swimming spots?
Awesome Jennifer, looks great :)
Jennifer P answered the question How about posting some photos of your favourite wild swimming spots?
My profile picture is me open water swimming in Georgian Bay, Ontario this past weekend!!! 12 degrees Celsius and still smiling!! :D
Have posted a few of my favourite swim pics, how about sharing some of yours to help motivate us all to enjoy the many awesome swims we have outdoors.
Llyn Bochlwyd is one of my favourite spots. Go early in the morning or late in the evening when there's no walkers around and it's a little piece of heaven.