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Poneloya/LAS PEÑITAS« on: November 12 2006 20:11:00 »
Will be living and volunteering through quetzaltrekkers in Leon from December until May. I am bringing my board and hope to catch the bus to some nearby breaks. Just wondering if anyone has any advice on surfing this far north? Also, anyone who would want to get up and surf, let me know...
RE: Poneloya/LAS PEÑITAS« Reply #2 on: November 14 2006 19:11:00 »
im a guy, its a non profit guiding organization
RE: Poneloya/LAS PEÑITAS« Reply #3 on: November 23 2006 12:11:00 »
hey taylor. I'm moving to leon next year for a while. I'm wandering what the surf will be like too. I can't find out much about it either, but sometimes that's good thing. Have you found anything out since your last posting?
RE: Poneloya/LAS PEÑITAS« Reply #4 on: November 27 2006 21:11:00 »
it sounds like there are def. waves in Poneloya, but there just isn't any publicized tourist industry there yet. nobody knows much about surfing that far north it seems. I am going to bring my board and hope for the best. when are you heading to leon?
RE: Poneloya/LAS PEÑITAS« Reply #5 on: December 05 2006 14:12:00 »
Hey if you go down there,go surf to: Suyapa,is in Las Peñitas,Best place for surfing,very good on the Mornings.
RE: Poneloya/LAS PEÑITAS« Reply #6 on: March 31 2007 08:03:00 »
Dr. please don't mention anymore surf spots please, man.
RE: Poneloya/LAS PEÑITAS« Reply #7 on: April 06 2009 07:04:00 »
You can surf poneloya. It is a beach break, but there are alot of hidden rocks at high tide. Just be careful and know what you are getting yourself into. Look for boils and check it at low tide to get an idea of what you are on top of.