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Underwater Orienteering was developed in the Soviet Union during the late 1950s and is currently played mainly in Europe.
The Wedge, located at the end of the Balboa Peninsula in Newport Beach, California, is a world famous, man-made beast of a wave. Since its creation, people have flocked from all over to see it in its mythical form. Wedge waves can be as powerful as any on Earth. It is a place where injuries are common and where even deaths have occurred.
Prior to setting off, a route, which is to be covered snorkeling and freediving within several days, is determined. Equipped with a waterproof and floatable backpack, the seatrekkers travel along the coastlines, exploring and discovering nature – below the water surface as well as above. The nights are spent ashore on the beach beneath the stars.