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From 405 Fwy, go south on Bolsa Chica Road. Right onto Warner, then left on PCH. Pacific Coast Highway at 17th Street in Huntington Beach.
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Alternative name Huntington Beach
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Watch the current on bigger swells (head high +) As its very easy to end up 1000 yards down the beach in 10 minutes. Riptides and undertoes galore... sandy bottom is deep for the first 20 yards out, then sandbar comes up. Mushy take-offs turn into gaping barrels if you can connect the sections and make it to the inside.
Very fun wave, very rippable. Shorebreak will catch you by surprise. Its a lot more powerful than it looks. There is hose in a nearby parking lot that is great for washing off after a fun session.
By Anonymous , 29-09-2010
Point Breck - 19th Street - The Point requires a south swell. When it is on the rips are everywhere and finding a peck is a moving target. It is an awesome wave if you can catch it. Best wishes, JC
By Anonymous , 22-04-2009
17th crew - Are you talking about a gay pride crew? Fags!
Such a bad wave...
By Anonymous , 16-06-2006
STUPID PEOPLE - Hey retard!What crews you mean all the kooks who constantly show up everyday! what about the high schools gotta watch them too they are the worst must be 50 of em at time.Oh yeah one more thing that picture is in front of the condos 100 yards to the north of the pier.Thats not 17th St. Hint bike path in the sand.....
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