Despite a confusing lack of signage, this hike is a hassle-free trek past open meadows, coastal sage scrub, and seasonal wildflowers. Some of the unmarked trails lead to 1,300-foot bluffs and wonderful ocean views that extend as far as the Channel Islands.
Naturalists praise the park for its dozens of species of wildflowers, which include dove lupine, wild hyacinth, hummingbird sage, golden poppies, deerweed, sticky monkeyflower, and coastal lotus. On the other hand, the park is also home to many nonnative trees such as eucalyptus, Italian pine, Mediterranean palm, and New Zealand myoporum. Even in the fall and winter, this is a good place to hike because of the park’s stellar clifftop ocean views.
Malibu, CA - Hiking,Horseback Riding,Trail Running - Trail Length: 2.3