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 Post subject: San Francisco
PostPosted: Sun Dec 01, 2002 4:38 pm 
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Board Sports @ Alameda Beach

From San Francisco
Cross Bay Bridge (I-80 East) and stay in right lane
Exit 880 South toward Oakland/San Jose
Exit Alameda/Broadway
Turn right @ 1st stoplight onto 5th St.
Continue on 5th St. for approx. 1 mile and get in the left lane
The left lane will fork left slightly @ Broadway and lead to the Webster St. Tube
Drive through the Webster Tube, staying in the left lane
As you exit the tube in the left lane, follow the signs to Constitution Way
Continue driving straight on Constitution Way
Constitution will turn into 8th St.
8th St. intersects Otis Dr. at the entrance of Crown Beach Memorial Park
Turn right onto Otis to enter Crown Beach Memorial Park
Parking Kiosk is to the left (parking fee required on weekends)
Go through the parking kiosk and follow road to the water
THE SHACK is on the left


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There is a bunch of beaches on this site, complete with directions and conditions.

http://www.ooto.com/beaches.html

I checked out Alameda beach, Coyote Point and 3rd ave. Be *very* careful on Alameda. There are lots of people and kids running around there. Coyote Point is a good place to learn with an instructor. There are all kinds of hazards to get used to, without being too dangerous. 3rd ave is THE place to be for an experienced kiter. Awesome wind and a great crowd to watch.

For lessons, you can contact Paul - Paul@ooto.com. I took a class from him. He is very knowledgable and flexible on his teaching schedules. More details at http://www.ooto.com

I also heard that Berkeley Boardsports do lessons. Check them out at
http://www.boardsports.com


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