All year we wait for this moment. The North Shore is our paradise found.

Every November the Seven-Mile Miracle is the gathering ground for the world’s greatest surf prodigies. We flock to this surf haven not just to find that perfect wave, but to be surrounded by the Hawaiian Spirit. We congregate to talk stories, laugh and smile with friends that we haven’t seen since last year. On the North Shore it’s easy to become accustomed to the mana, the energy that’s recognized by Hawaiians as the universal power that bonds us together. Although we are competitors in the water, on land everyone is a brother, a sister, or cousin. It’s here that we’re all part of the same ohana, one that’s bonded by essence of aloha.

 

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For the third year in a row, Reef hosted four legends to return us to the days of power and flow - surfers who have transcended four decades of waveriding.

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Reef's Alana Blanchard and friend Monyca Byrne-Wickey live the life that many of us want but few can't have it. Check out this great clip of the girls playing with their GoPro camera and see what a day in a life looks like with these two great athletes.

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The mission of the North Shore Community Land Trust (NSCLT) is to protect, steward, and enhance the natural landscapes, cultural heritage, and rural character of ahupua‘a from Kahuku Point to Ka‘ena.

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Haleiwa (Alii Beach Park) Best known as the gateway to the Seven-Mile Miracle, Oahu’s famed North Shore, Haleiwa town hosts the first stop of the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing, the Reef Hawaiian Pro. The event runs at Alii Beach Park on the west side of the Haleiwa Boat Harbor, where Haleiwa’s tricky reef is capable of delivering hollow rights, rippable sections and powerful closeouts.

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