Published on March 27th, 2013 | by RB TeamPhoto by IGSM | 0
The Floßlände is Munich’s oldest river surf spot – over 30 years of river surfing, and still counting. Compared to her sister wave Eisbach — a spot which is left to more experienced surfers — Floßlände is more of a summer wave and popular with beginners and intermediate river surfers.
- Zentralländstraße 30, Floßlände, Munich, Germany
- The spot is located at the camping site Munich-Thalkirchen next to a small pedestrian bridge, crossing a raft canal originating from Isar.
- Isar (canal)
Nearest Surf Shops
- Latitude: 48.090171
- Longitude: 11.545109
How to Get There
- Usually surfable between May and September depending on water flow rates and hydro power plant behaviour.
- Good for beginners and intermediate surfers.
- To enter the wave start from the side, put the board on the water, step on it and push yourself towards the middle of the canal.
- The water is pretty shallow, try to fall flat into the water.
- Risk of damaging the rails of your board due to rocky walls on both sides of the river.
- Surfing the Floßlände is mandatory before proceeding to the Eisbach.
- Booties recommended due to sharp stones in the river bed.
Chance of Rain