Spyder Surf Blog / hawaii
This spot is easily seen from the road and access is a piece of cake. It is across a bay from a famous, world class right hand reef .
Unlike that spot, it might have only 5-10 people out instead of 30-50. It is heavier than it looks (and bigger). The wind is not always friendly to it (but this day sure was on). This spot is called...(haha go find out and surf it for yourself).
Photos by Mike Aronesty. For more information on this spot and others nearby, check out BurningPier.com .
Kauai, the Garden Island, home to surfing gems such as Hanalei Bay, has its share of lesser-known breaks that are equally fun. We're not talking "secret spots" here. We're talking about those breaks that are clearly marked on all the tourist road maps. The problem is not WHERE to go, but knowing WHEN to go. And that's something you'll have to learn for yourself. It's well worth the exploration, so go and score!
[caption id="attachment_231" align="aligncenter" width="960"] Known in the winter for massive peaks, heavy rips, and big currents, you can catch fun days like this if you know the right swell and direction. But this one is still bigger than you think...[/caption]
[caption id="attachment_232" align="aligncenter" width="960"] Check the person at the bottom right for a little scale. That's about an eight-foot face on a fast left hander. Water is 75 and no one is out...[/caption]
Check out more Kauai and other Hawai'ian Island surf shots at BurningPier.com