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Anonymous surfer in south-west of France. Photo by C. Naslain, 2016.

Surf spot atlas made by surfers for surfers
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 West Coast

New Zealand, New Zealand SI

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By Anonymous , 16-05-2008

blakoes - is best wave by far that can be surfed on regular basis,but the local boogs dominate

By sheep shagga , 02-06-2004

too many waves too often - coast has like 10-w5 flat days a year. Super consistent. Sometimes tooo big and too stormy, but waves different beaches got diferent directions. some of the sickest waves I've had on crazy riverbar breaks and far out points. Good to get toasted and go surf, too many animals and not enuff girls

By anonymous , 27-10-2003

no title - Buttress point....sick..was out by myself....mate was making a fire and i saw the gnarliest shark...shat myself....amazing piece of coast

By bigbay@pcconnect , 27-08-2003

westcoast pumps - I grew up on the coast and have seen some of the best waves i've ever seen from Karamea to hari hari. Sick place

By "Surfing Soothes The Soul" - Clow - , 19-08-2003

West Coast SI ---A lot more than People realise!!! - A lot of sandy bays and a lot of smashin reef breaks accessable from main roads but because main roads head inland for a good quarter of the coast theres a lot hidden spots out there, good luck in finding them, heres a start Mussel point a pounding 6 - 10+ foot on its day, left hand wave , half reef half sand. Beautiful summer late night surfs. A lot of tube rides when swell picks up at a few of the off the beat places. plenty of rad accomadtion right on coast batches backpackers and hot spas in front of your faviourite breaks in some places. Very friendly locals who over a few quiets might help you find those elusive spots that makes surfing an aventure of a life time!!!! "Surfing Soothes The Soul" - Clow -

By possum plugger , 02-08-2003

no title - There's a few good set ups with plenty of swell. A few nice heavy beachies. The swell is always best around feb-may with cleaner swells hitting the coast. Before you paddle out, spend a bit of time watching the currents, especially around unpopulated rivermouths. Keep it real fool.

By anonymous , 27-12-2001

kia ora from the wild west - thick subtropical rainforest down to the beach amazing sunsets dolphins seals not many reefs but loads of beachbreaks with constant swell we love it!!!!!!!

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