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A39 bude north, Follow signs to coombe valley, follow signs to duckpool, Take coast path north for a while until you get to the twin bays.
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Looks like a high tide big swell right point. At lower tides it is a normal sucky beachbreak, Looks worth furthur investigation as the point is a RIGHT. Always uncrowded as it is a monster walk.Various dodgy rocks and shelves which may break. Go figure.Interesting place, I discovered it after being put off by monster crowds at duckpool, I saw a whole lot of reef sand setups, There is possibly a high tide righthand point here, The tide when I saw it was too low and it was sectioning a bit. There is a fatish wave in the middle of the bay but it may get more chunky at different stages of the tide, Go see if you can be bothered.
VERY REMOTE, FEELS LIKE THE MOON.
BLOODY BIG WALK.
By Anonymous , 04-06-2007
- Sand banks have been messed up by the big winter swells, i wouldn't bother with this place for a while, deffo dont go in if its 4-5+, it gets pretty rippy....
By Ahbdullah Abdullah Omar (Grand Mufdi) , 24-03-2007
- Horse flies, razor rock, trecking reminisiant of the Haj. Allah have mercy on the foolish who seek the fallable wave. victory to the forces of islam
By Abu Musab al-Zarqawi , 26-04-2006
There goes another one... - Yep, it's getting really busy now. More than 5 in this small bay's a crowd. Long walk for an average wave with people on the 2 peaks.
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