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hard to find pathway between houses in a subdivision of houses. park along the street. before of car thieves and rippers.
DistanceTake a car
WalkShort walk (5-15 mn)
Easy to find?Hard to find
Public access?Public access
Special accessDon't know
Wave qualityRegional Classic
ExperiencePros or kamikaze only...
BottomReef (coral, sharp rocks etc..)
PowerHollow, Fast, Powerful, Fun
Normal lengthNormal (50 to 150m)
Good day lengthLong (150 to 300 m)
Good swell directionSouthWest, South, SouthEast
Good wind directionNorth, SouthEast, East, NorthEast
Swell sizeStarts working at Less than 1m / 3ft and holds up to 4m+ / 12ft
Best tide positionMid and high tide
Best tide movementRising and falling tides
Week crowdFew surfers
- Rips / undertow
different aspects to this cool scenic spot. when small it breaks inside off a rock called the finger. when a bit larger, it breaks along side a cliffwall in a pointbreak sort of way all the way through the finger. super scary takeoff as the wave wedges off the wall. when the swell is big it shows further out into moanalua bay into china walls proper. heavy waves when itºs on.
because of the situation of the waves breaking left off the rocks you must sort of wait in line to get waves. haoleville, but respect locals there.
super fun, hollow wave. one of the more diversely technical spots iºve ever surfed.
By Anonymous , 18-08-2010
Good times - Of course Kile & Scooter, after writing that I thought about all the guys I left out, but like I said, too many people to name them all. And the loss of John Scully was a true tragedy, he was one of the coolest guys I've ever known. Lots of chargers & really good times! lot's of good memories. Unfortunatly we recently lost another local ripper that I forgot to mention, but he was always there & he deserves to be remembered.. - Mike Manaut- RIP-
By Anonymous , 03-08-2010
oops,wrong brother... - sorry, I meant John Scully, may he RIP!
Oh yea and Doug Warren too(RIP), that guy shaped me my first custome board...
By Anonymous , 03-08-2010
To:"A piece of history" by anonymous- - You are so so right about everything and everyone you said. Will always remember Pau(may he RIP) as having one of the best backside attacks out there. And Jack S as having "THE BEST" style on any Wall wave! You did leave out alot of names(not me-want to remain anon),but I was there in the whole '80s as well. One name you left out(actually two) which you should have included, because of actually being one of the best guys I've ever seen surf the wall(and this may be you who wrote"A piece of History"),is Kyle Stanford and Scooter.. I learned to surf right by Kyle's house at Pillars, then gradually moved to fingers once I learned how to stand up consistently. Then moved out to Point,which is much safer than Fingers or the Wall. Then I finally got enough balls to try the wall. You don't "catch" the wave out there, it catches you. I used to love sitting out there and picking opi'i(sp?) off the wall and eating it while waiting for sets on inconsistent days.
Is is true they actually have a park there now?? Geez, those were the days when you could just go down there by yourself or with a chick and hang somewhere there in solitude and watch the waves and sunset.
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