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Canada: West Coast - The Canada West Coast region of the website includes dive sites and galleries in Vancouver, Vancouver Island, Sydney, Victoria, Nanaimo and other popular Canadian west coast dive destinations. These cold waters offer an abundance of life and diving experiences including spectacular reefs, magnificent walls and exciting wrecks.
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La Jolla Canyon
Kellogg Park, San Diego , CA
Type: Saltwater-OpenOcean
Difficulty: Intermediate, Advanced, Technical
Entry: Easy Shore Entry , Boat Access
Attractions: Wall, Boulder Pile / Shelves

Reported to be among the most exciting popular shore dives in southern California. Swim directly out from the Lifeguard Station #20. To conserve air, you may want to surface swim for a little over 100yds before descending (just past a white buoy). At about 40, the bottom begins to drop off in a series of ledges and walls that stair step downward to depths beyond recreational diving limits. Bat Rays and guitar fish are frequently spotted resting on the shelves, large schools of bait fish and smaller reef inhabitants can be spotted along the way.

Once you are comfortable with the topography by day, this site makes for an exciting night dive opportunity. Squid come up to breed and are followed by leopard sharks, blue sharks, and giant sea bass who feed on them and their eggs.

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