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Surfing K-38

K-38 is a good right hand point break and one of the best-known spots in Northern Baja. If there are waves you will definitely find a crowd at K-38. K-38 is a fun mushy right reef break, during low to medium tides. Not as fun to surf at extreme low tides because there are so many rocks exposed. K-38 is easy to check out and easy to get to, which is another reason why it gets so crowded. Booties are recommended when surfing K-38 due to the rock reef.

  • Location: 45 minutes South of the Border. It's located off of the free road (Old Highway 1), at Km 38.
  • Swell Direction: K-38 breaks best on a South, but it will take a West or a Northwest.

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