Pathfinder | 90 pts
At any one time Linda Mar may have a dozen peaks, all or most of which are closing out. Trying to find a shoulder that is holding up is the trick. If there's a good swell in the water (15-18 second periods) go to Santa Cruz unless the height is very small. Actually Linda Mar often does better with wind swell. Linda Mar does often get offshore conditions when the south winds are blowing. The usual call is Linda Mar, crappy swell, high tide, south winds--then there's a chance it's surfable.