Around the headland the coast begins facing south around Sejorong, which is over-exposed to swell and wind. Off-season NW winds combined with smaller ground and windswells will hit a long reef pass, shaping up some sectiony, speed walls to shoulders that are rarely ridden by passing boats. Bad currents may also bring tailings from the massive Batu Hijau open cut copper and gold mine that reputedly dumps into the ocean and rivers around here. Further west is an even better right reef pass and then miles of wilderness waves waiting for the SE trades to die off.

  • All Tides
  • Right-hand break over submerged reef
  • Sand
  • S - W
  • Northerly
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