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 Peaks

New Zealand, New Zealand NI, NW Coast

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Datum: WGS84 [ Ayuda ]
Precisión: Aproximadamente

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Latitud: 35° 10.21' S
Longitud: 173° 6.519' E

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Not easy.

It's a long walk from the carpark at Shipwreck Bay, about 15 minutes round the long point at low tide, or you can drive round in a 4WD at low tide only- at high tide the water covers the track, and the wave doesn't work properly at high tide anyway.

There is no real road around this huge cape (or wasn't when I was there), its 4WD at low tide only. Locals don't want to put in a road, but its only a matter of time for mine, really. You can paddle out from the very top of the 1st point from a small beach to access 'Peaks', if its not really big. There are other points further round the cape which get more swell, including one called 'Supertubes', need I say more?

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Not easy.

It's a long walk from the carpark at Shipwreck Bay, about 15 minutes round the long point at low tide, or you can drive round in a 4WD at low tide only- at high tide the water covers the track, and the wave doesn't work properly at high tide anyway.

There is no real road around this huge cape (or wasn't when I was there), its 4WD at low tide only. Locals don't want to put in a road, but its only a matter of time for mine, really. You can paddle out from the very top of the 1st point from a small beach to access 'Peaks', if its not really big. There are other points further round the cape which get more swell, including one called 'Supertubes', need I say more?

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Not easy.

It's a long walk from the carpark at Shipwreck Bay, about 15 minutes round the long point at low tide, or you can drive round in a 4WD at low tide only- at high tide the water covers the track, and the wave doesn't work properly at high tide anyway.

There is no real road around this huge cape (or wasn't when I was there), its 4WD at low tide only. Locals don't want to put in a road, but its only a matter of time for mine, really. You can paddle out from the very top of the 1st point from a small beach to access 'Peaks', if its not really big. There are other points further round the cape which get more swell, including one called 'Supertubes', need I say more?

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Not easy.

It's a long walk from the carpark at Shipwreck Bay, about 15 minutes round the long point at low tide, or you can drive round in a 4WD at low tide only- at high tide the water covers the track, and the wave doesn't work properly at high tide anyway.

There is no real road around this huge cape (or wasn't when I was there), its 4WD at low tide only. Locals don't want to put in a road, but its only a matter of time for mine, really. You can paddle out from the very top of the 1st point from a small beach to access 'Peaks', if its not really big. There are other points further round the cape which get more swell, including one called 'Supertubes', need I say more?

DistanciaViaje de surf

LlegadaBuena caminada (15-30 min)

¿Fácil de encontrar?Hay que buscar un poco

¿Acceso publico?Acceso publico

Acceso especial4x4

 Características de spot de surf

Calidad del spot de surf

Calidad de las olasTotalmente loco

ExperienciaSurfistas con experiencia

FrecuenciaFunciona a veces

Ola

TipoRompiente en la punta

DirecciónIzquierda

FondoArenoso con rocas

PotenciaHueca, Veloz, Potente

Longitud normalMuy Larga (300 a 500 m)

Longitud máximaExcepcional (>500m)

Marea, oleaje y viento

Buena dirección de la resacaOeste, Sudoeste, Sur

Dirección del vientoSudoeste, Sur, Sudeste, Este

Talla de la resacaEmpieza en 1.0m-1.5m / 3ft-5ft y permanece hasta el 2.5m+ / 8ft+

Condición de mareaMarea mediana y marea baja

Mejor movimiento de marea

Más detalles

Poblado durante la semanaUnos pocos surfistas

Poblado en fines de semanaMuchos surfistas

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Peligros

 Información adicional

This is the epic wave at Shipwreck Bay that everyone talks about. It starts way, way up the 1st point about 1km or so, where you can paddle out at the top from a small beach, as long as it isn't huge.

It needs low tides and a really solid SW swell to even break, with SW winds. It breaks very fast, hollow, and hard for about 500m+, kind of like a reverse J Bay, before fattening out in Shipwrecks Bay, which is really a separate and much slower (2 or 3 star) wave, closer to the township and the carpark. You can get a ride up to nearly 1km on a big day, if you're lucky.

There are several other good point-break waves further round the 7km cape, but access is very difficult. Various NZ surf guides you can buy in surf stores describe all these, so they are no big secret.

I don't know how big it can hold out here, probably best at a solid 4-8 feet, (when the ocean charts will show almost double this).

English (Traducir este texto en Español): This is the epic wave at Shipwreck Bay that everyone talks about. It starts way, way up the 1st point about 1km or so, where you can paddle out at the top from a small beach, as long as it isn't huge.

It needs low tides and a really solid SW swell to even break, with SW winds. It breaks very fast, hollow, and hard for about 500m+, kind of like a reverse J Bay, before fattening out in Shipwrecks Bay, which is really a separate and much slower (2 or 3 star) wave, closer to the township and the carpark. You can get a ride up to nearly 1km on a big day, if you're lucky.

There are several other good point-break waves further round the 7km cape, but access is very difficult. Various NZ surf guides you can buy in surf stores describe all these, so they are no big secret.

I don't know how big it can hold out here, probably best at a solid 4-8 feet, (when the ocean charts will show almost double this).

English (Traducir este texto en Español): This is the epic wave at Shipwreck Bay that everyone talks about. It starts way, way up the 1st point about 1km or so, where you can paddle out at the top from a small beach, as long as it isn't huge.

It needs low tides and a really solid SW swell to even break, with SW winds. It breaks very fast, hollow, and hard for about 500m+, kind of like a reverse J Bay, before fattening out in Shipwrecks Bay, which is really a separate and much slower (2 or 3 star) wave, closer to the township and the carpark. You can get a ride up to nearly 1km on a big day, if you're lucky.

There are several other good point-break waves further round the 7km cape, but access is very difficult. Various NZ surf guides you can buy in surf stores describe all these, so they are no big secret.

I don't know how big it can hold out here, probably best at a solid 4-8 feet, (when the ocean charts will show almost double this).

English (Traducir este texto en Español): This is the epic wave at Shipwreck Bay that everyone talks about. It starts way, way up the 1st point about 1km or so, where you can paddle out at the top from a small beach, as long as it isn't huge.

It needs low tides and a really solid SW swell to even break, with SW winds. It breaks very fast, hollow, and hard for about 500m+, kind of like a reverse J Bay, before fattening out in Shipwrecks Bay, which is really a separate and much slower (2 or 3 star) wave, closer to the township and the carpark. You can get a ride up to nearly 1km on a big day, if you're lucky.

There are several other good point-break waves further round the 7km cape, but access is very difficult. Various NZ surf guides you can buy in surf stores describe all these, so they are no big secret.

I don't know how big it can hold out here, probably best at a solid 4-8 feet, (when the ocean charts will show almost double this).

Ambiente

World class, epic, very fast, powerful, long left point. Needs a big swell and low tides to work properly. 500m+ hollow rides.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): World class, epic, very fast, powerful, long left point. Needs a big swell and low tides to work properly. 500m+ hollow rides.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): World class, epic, very fast, powerful, long left point. Needs a big swell and low tides to work properly. 500m+ hollow rides.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): World class, epic, very fast, powerful, long left point. Needs a big swell and low tides to work properly. 500m+ hollow rides.

General

Awesome. Some say one of the world's best pointbreaks, but needs a big SW swell to work. NZ surf guides all describe it, so its no big secret.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Awesome. Some say one of the world's best pointbreaks, but needs a big SW swell to work. NZ surf guides all describe it, so its no big secret.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Awesome. Some say one of the world's best pointbreaks, but needs a big SW swell to work. NZ surf guides all describe it, so its no big secret.

English (Traducir este texto en Español): Awesome. Some say one of the world's best pointbreaks, but needs a big SW swell to work. NZ surf guides all describe it, so its no big secret.

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