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K-55 Surf Break – Barrels Right And Left

Surfing K-55, Baja

K-55 also called Campo Lopez or Rocky Point. K-55 is a well-known wave like K-38. K-55 has juicy barrels both right and left. There are a couple of reef breaks at the south end of the beach by the rocks. K-55 holds its shape on big swells can hold even at double overhead surf. Due to the development there it is hard to access this wave.

Wave Information

Alternative Name: Rocky Point, Campo Lopez and Urchin Point

Skill Level: Intermediate to pro

Best Season: Winter

Crowds: Not crowded (max crowd does not even scratch a low crowd day in SoCal)

Locals: This is not a local spot

Hazards: Rip currents, rocks, sea urchins and sharks”

Wave Description

Wave Type: Rock reef break

Wave Direction: Rights

Best Surf: Head high to double overhead

Power: Fast and powerful

Wave consistency: Very consistent

Bottom Type: Sand and rock

Tides and Swell

Best Tide: Medium tide

Wind Direction: Northeast

Best Swell Direction: K-55 breaks best on a big Northwest

Wave Access

Alternative Name: Rocky Point, Campo Lopez and Urchin Point

Skill Level: Intermediate to pro

Best Season: Winter

Crowds: Not crowded, unless its good

Locals: This is not a local spot

Hazards: Rip currents, rocks, sea urchins and sharks (though we’ve never seen any sharks).


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