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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaia surfboard in Lances Left, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.

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 Devil slides

USA, California, San Diego County

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By Alpineskier7 , 02-04-2013

Princess St. & The Slides - Thank you for the additional information on these spots-Princess Street and The Slides are in Bank Wright's book Surfing California way back from 1973; sometimes this book can be inacccurate I'm surprised the author has not revised this book.

By Anonymous , 18-02-2008

Slides - The inside right is called "Pablo's". The left is called "Pussy Plateau". "Princess St" is fun longboard right at other side of bay. Yes, only really works a few times a year and you gotta know when to go. Doesn't matter anyway, cuz PK and Brewer will be out getting all of the good ones. Good Luck!

By Anonymous , 11-12-2006

- when it breaks it is zooed with all the snakey windansea grommets who are 2 afraid to surf a real wave when the surf is good.

By sbc , 09-11-2006

no - it's not called rock slides, it's called rock slides, and thanks for telling the whole world when it breaks.

By Jimmy too Hott , 08-05-2006

it's calles rock slides - Generally a slow mushy wave, but it can have its days. It needs a large west or north west swell over 6 feet to be worth it. As you said, if the cove is breaking then slides will be breaking and fairly uncrowded. There can be a short hollow right close to the cliff on the right tide and swell.

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