U.S.A Left Hand Wave Surf Spots

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Left Hand Wave Surf Spots

Left Hand Wave Surf Spots

Reef Break
Difficulty / Minimum Skill Level:
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One of the top surfing spots in California, if not the entire United States, is undoubtedly Santa Cruz. For those who are more experienced, Cowell’s Beach is a step up from Pleasure Point and Capitola Beach. Further south, it is simple to understand why Huntington Beach, California, is known as Surf City USA. It has 16 kilometers of unbroken shoreline and reliable year-round surf. Huntington Beach has hosted multiple annual surfing competitions, including the esteemed US Open of Surfing and NSSA Championships, since Duke Kahanamoku first paddled there in 1922. Due to its combination of history and status as a global center of surf culture, it continues to be one of the most well-known surf places in the world.

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Left Hand Wave

A left hand wave or “left hander” is a wave that breaks to the left when facing the shore. It is the preferable direction of a wave for goofy footer surfers.

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