Surfing California - 2nd Edition  by Raul Guisado/Jeff Klaas /Ben Marcus

Surfing California - 2nd Edition Guide Book

by Raul Guisado/Jeff Klaas /Ben Marcus (Falcon Guides)
Surfing California - 2nd Edition  by Raul Guisado/Jeff Klaas /Ben Marcus
Surfing California is your one-of-a-kind guide to more than 200 of the best breaks in the Golden State, from classic surf spots to lesser-known waves. This revised and updated, full-color guide now includes SUP-friendly spots, too—allowing surfers and paddlers alike to find the best breaks. Explore the surf from the Oregon border to the Mexican border, from North Jetty in Arcata to Steamer Lane in Santa Cruz to the Huntington Beach Pier.

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Trails from the "Surfing California - 2nd Edition" Guide Book
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This is an outside, two-way-peak, longboard break just east of Pleasure Point. The break at 38th Avenue is a long, peeling wave that breaks farther outside as the size of the swell increases. The righ ...
Santa Cruz, CA - Surfing - Trail Length:
In Newport Beach the best-known spots among the numbered finger streets are the crowded 54th and 56th Street breaks. The waves here break quickly into mushy lefts and rights depending on your location ...
Newport Beach, CA - Surfing - Trail Length:
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This is a right beach break at Patrick’s Point State Park. Agate Beach is a large, pristine, and very beautiful beach. As with most beach breaks, it can produce a wide range of surfing conditions. ...
Trinidad, CA - Surfing - Trail Length:
The scenic Andrew Molera is a great place to surf on the northern tip of the Central Coast. Typically larger and held up nicely by consistent winds, the break produces peaky lefts and rights. Loca ...
Big Sur, CA - Surfing - Trail Length:
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This protected beach about 19 miles north of Santa Cruz can produce incredible surf. The two main breaks at Ano Nuevo can be world class with the right conditions. You’ll find the most people surfing ...
Pescadero, CA - Surfing - Trail Length:
This is a northwest-facing beach near Monterey. There are three main peaks at Asilomar, and at least one of them is usually breaking if there’s any type of swell. Roadsides is a right on the north end ...
Monterey, CA - Surfing - Trail Length:
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This is an easy point and beach break in Mendocino Bay. Big River is the break in front of the Big River Bridge in Mendocino Bay. The outer sandbars are shaped in part by the Big River, which empties ...
Mendocino, CA - Surfing - Trail Length:
This is a mostly west-facing beach break between Point Arena and Bodega Bay. Black Point Beach is a consistent beach break that can hold some decent-size swell. Paddling out can become a challenge on ...
The Sea Ranch, CA - Surfing - Trail Length:
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This is a large, mostly west-facing, black sand beach with offshore reefs just north of the town of Shelter Cove. Black Sand Beach is a picturesque and relaxing beach. The black sand that covers the b ...
Shelter Cove, CA - Surfing - Trail Length:
Black’s is a hard-to-reach yet unforgettable break. Rarely crowded, it has several peaky areas along its shore that allow for some hollow, fast-moving lefts and rights. Black’s is a picturesque co ...
La Jolla, CA - Surfing - Trail Length:
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This is a thick and burly beach break just south of the town of Jenner. Blind Beach is a somewhat protected beach break guarded by large rock outcroppings. This beach can capture large swell from virt ...
Jenner, CA - Surfing - Trail Length:
This can be a superb right outside reef break roughly 15 miles north of Fort Bragg. Blues Beach is a beautiful sandy beach protected by a few very large rocks. There’s some decent beach break here, bu ...
Westport, CA - Surfing - Trail Length:
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This is a beach break near the mouth of Bolinas Lagoon. The break near the mouth of Bolinas Lagoon is south facing and very protected from the wind. The surf is best when the waves are small, making i ...
Bolinas, CA - Surfing - Trail Length:
Brooks Street is a rock reef that breaks in three main spots. It’s a temperamental break, so make sure the swell direction is from the south or southwest. Brooks Street can be really good with the ...
Laguna Beach, CA - Surfing - Trail Length:
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Located near the Ventura County Fairgrounds, California Street is a mix of sand and cobblestone. The waves range from solid point breaks to peaky beach-break A-frames. Located just in front of the ...
Ventura, CA - Surfing - Trail Length:
This is a fun and protected beach break just south of Trinidad. Camel Rock is a beach break that faces southwest. As a result, it’s protected from the northerly winds that can be felt often in this re ...
Trinidad, CA - Surfing - Trail Length:
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Campus Point is a right point break found near the Goleta Pier close to the UCSB campus. The wave starts strong with a good wall and slows as it breaks. Campus Point gets its name from the Univers ...
Goleta, CA - Surfing - Trail Length:
Miles of quality reef and point breaks on an undeveloped and isolated stretch of coast. Cape Mendocino has miles of reef and beach breaks to surf. This is a very beautiful, undeveloped, and isolated s ...
Petrolia, CA - Surfing - Trail Length:
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This is a gentle longboard break south of the pier in Capitola. Capitola can produce a very well-shaped, peeling longboard wave. It’s protected from the wind but as a result also misses out on a lot o ...
Capitola, CA - Surfing - Trail Length:
Cardiff Reef is a long stretch of beach that sits between two small hillsides bordering the ocean. It’s popular with longboarders due to its sand bottom and slow, mushy wave. The rocky reefs along ...
Cardiff, CA - Surfing - Trail Length:
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