A remarkable phenomenon can be seen on the River Severn, when a powerful stream of water moves in the opposite direction to the river flow.
The bed of the River Severn cuts through the plateau of the West UK and finishes at the Bristol Channel. The normal flow of the river is changed when it is high tide: the biggest tides in the Bristol Bay sometimes reach up to 15 meters in height.
Several times a year a tidal wave from the Atlantic Ocean rolls its waters into the Bristol Channel and then bursts into a powerful tidal wave in the River Severn traveling at about 20 kilometers per hour forming a wave height of about 3 meters.
The spectacle of the "Severn bore" can be seen in the spring and lasts between one and one and half hours. The banks of the river are a good place to view this wonder as well as a great opportunity for surfing and canoeing
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