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Nov 2, 2012
Hey everyone, i just recently moved to the bay area and i am thinking of checking out mickey's beach. I see some routes are tide dependent but where is a good webisite that tells the tide levels or is there certain times of days pr years is better?
Plus if anyone heads up there or any other areas on the weeks let me know!

Thank you
Justin Smestad
From San Jose
Joined Sep 10, 2012
6 points
Nov 2, 2012
castle rock Edward_
Joined Feb 3, 2012
113 points
Nov 2, 2012
Alyssa and I at Table Rock in Linville Gorge
tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/noaa...

NOAA will be the best source of the information you're looking for. Mickey's is an amazing place to climb.
Ethan L
From Santa Barbara, CA
Joined Feb 6, 2012
66 points
Nov 3, 2012
Thats perfect! Thank you. I decided to hit up castle rock today and maybe try some other areas on the weekend later. Plu i need to make a trip to yosemite again soon! Justin Smestad
From San Jose
Joined Sep 10, 2012
6 points
Nov 10, 2012
Scouting
just check any of the surf websites for the tide:

surfline.com/surf-report/ocean...

magicseaweed.com/Ocean-Beach-S...

solspot.com/san-francisco-5-da...

winter swell is here. last few weeks have been bangin'. some solid 10 foot swell coming in. if ur on the coast it's a much better activity than climbing. especially in winter.
Rude Boy
From San Francisco, CA
Joined Apr 29, 2012
575 points
Nov 17, 2012
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Let me know when u go. I'm in novato and I have some projects out there, but I need peep's and pads.

Shaun
ShaunG
From SF, CA
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