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First solution: park south of Pillar Point. Walk over the hill to a small beach near the north jetty. 40mn paddle.
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World famous big wave! HEAVY DUTY BIG WAVE SPOT WITH COLD WATER AND PLENTY OF SHARK. EXPERIENCED BIG WAVE RIDERS ONLY. Sometimes the left has been surfed. The take-off is hollow, in front of big boulders (Boneyard area). After, you surf a long big wall and finish in a deep channel (still alive?). Tow-ins become very popular.
COLD HEART THUMPING BONE CRUSHING BIG WAVES. BIG HEART AND BIG BALLS REQUIRED. PEOPLE HAVE DIED SURFING HERE, BEWARE
By UrinalDeuce , 06-02-2011
- Does anybody know which day mavericks is normally big, is it on monday, thuesday... or on weekends. I just bought new skimboard and i really would like to go try it out at mavericks..
By Anonymous , 04-07-2010
hmmmmm - i was reading some guys comment that said you dont need a wettie to surf mavericks, youre a wussie. if your wear a wettie you've got no balls. Obviously that guy actually doesn't have balls
By Kelly Slater , 02-05-2010
- I am thinking of opening a surf school at mavericks. It would be a "No experience necessary type surf camp". I was just wondering what you locals would like to say about that and if its a good idea. Thanks please give me your input
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