Dan Sharpe is a traveller, adventurer, and freelance writer.

As well as driving 3000km up the west coast of India in a motorised rickshaw, facing grizzly bears during a 3 month stint in the NW Yukon Territory and climbing the highest active volcano in the world, he recently hiked the 300-mile length of the Cornish Coastal Path. Travelling with a surfboard over 6 weeks, exploring every section of coastline, the expedition was covered by Wavelength Surf Magazine and recognised by an article on the BBC.

Dan is a passionate surf and adventure photographer, and has recently travelled through Southern California, France and Portugal to follow the worlds best surfers as they competed in the crucial final stages of the World Championship Tour.


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The previous post ended at Sennen Cove, a beautiful surf beach on the far southwest of the UK. This is where I cheated. The surf was meant to be small, so that day I hadn’t carried my board. Arriving at Sennen though, there was a wave. Sure it was small, but it was just surfable …

Lands End

The days based at Praa Sands were relaxed and relatively stress free. I was staying with Katie and David, a couple listing their beautiful greenside bungalow on AirBnb. Situated next to the golf course at the top of the hill above Praa Sands Beach, it provided a perfect base to recover and hike the miles …

Turning a Corner

I was hoping to fully rest at the hostel that night at the Lizard, allowing my shoulders to recover and my attitude likewise. It wasn’t as easy as that though. As my Austrian friend sprightly packed his bag and bid farewell despite his agonising blisters, I was still yet to move from lying flat on …