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The lightly populated Baja Peninsula extends for 780 cactus-filled miles below California, is made up of two states (Baja California and Baja California Sur), and has been long regarded by American surfers as a vast, adventurous, often frustrating, and occasionally frightening surf destination. With the exception of Baja's southernmost tip, and the 65-mile north coast between Ensenada and the Ca...
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Kevin Naughton and Craig Peterson in Baja. Photo: Craig PetersonSubscribe to view
Seven Sisters, 1962
Kevin Naughton and Craig Peterson in Baja. Photo: Craig Peterson