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Surfing in Enderts Beach, Crescent City, California USA
The beach is not for swimming. This is a wild beach that imposes a short 1 mi/1.6 km walk. The beach has an arch, rocks and tide pools teeming with life. If visitors choose to walk on the beach, they should definitely discover and explore the Enderts beach trail, which is surrounded by wildflowers, ferns, trees, a creek and a forest down the beach.
At the end of the beach, there are some rock pools that are filed with starfish and giant green anemone. Besides that, the beach is popular to surfers. The wave quality is normal and it is ideal for all kind of surfers, experienced or not. Type of the wave is beach – break and the direction is both left and right.
The bottom of the sea has flat rocks with sand. Power of the wave is ordinary and fun, and the normal length of the wave is short, about 164 ft/50 m. In good days, the length of the wave is normally 164 to 492 ft/50 to 150 m. Good swell direction is northwest and southwest and the good wind direction is east.
Swell size starts at less than 1 m/3 ft and holds up to 2 m+/6 ft+. Best tide movement is mid tide. Surfers should watch out for rips and underflow.
How to Get to Destination
Take any Amtrak train, get off at the Crescent City bus station (CRC) and then continue by car.
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