Log Cabins is an underrated right that shifts around a lot over an ill-defined reef, relying on peaky N swells to prevent it from shutting down violently. It breaks over a treacherous lava bottom that has sharp, upthrusting fingers and sand fills the gaps in places. From shoulder to overhead it is accessible to experienced riders, but as the size rises, it becomes increasingly malevolent and twisted.

Way outside is Outer Log Cabins, a notorious tow-in reef that has held some of the biggest waves ever ridden.

  • Mid to High Tide
  • Right-hand break over submerged reef
  • Sand
  • W - NE
  • Easterly
  • 30 6