Either side of low tide and a huge swell might see this quality righthander get going. Doesn't break until it's head-high but will handle anything the Atlantic can serve up. NE to E swell will get in better, and SW wind is far preferable to NW, which will bump up the face. Easy paddle-out and take-off make the barrel sections easier to ride, but the rocks are always waiting to claim the unwary.
Absolutely always crowded, no parking, no facilities and strong currents sweeping past the peak'just some of the attractions.