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A surfers wet dream: Montreal's never-ending wave

Surfing is amazing, but all fun comes to an end. Or does it? In Montreal, 500 miles from the coast, people can surf until the last man is standing.

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When you think of Canada, does surfing come to mind? In the city of Montreal it’s possible to surf perpetual waves on the mighty Saint Lawrence River. Many have tried and like it. It’s like nothing you have ever experienced.

Known for its strong currents and whitewater rapids, Montreal’s Saint Lawrence River is a favorite spot for kayaking and rafting trips. But local surfers also take advantage of the unique conditions here.

Every day you’ll find a handful of surfers riding river waves.

Fill a cooler with refreshing Cayman Jack Margaritas and drive up to Montreal for a few days of river surfing on the outskirts of the city.

Spending a few days in the sun, cooling off with the taste of Cayman Jack – blue agave nectar, organic limes and real cane sugar – is exactly what you need.