Los Angeles Hikes

After years of crippling drought, Escondido Falls, a 200-foot Malibu waterfall is flowing again due to the influx of rainy weather. Throughout the drought years of it was almost impossible to find a full flowing waterfall near Los Angeles. Escondido Falls was one of those hikes where you see photos of as a beautiful cascade of […]

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Deep in the Santa Monica Mountains the grotto is a fun but short hike to an amazing boulder-filled canyon where an elliptical cave sits. A stream in these mountains called the west-fork of the Arroyo Sequit filters into the grotto creating a shrine-like pool of water at The Grotto’s entrance. A short 3 mile hike […]

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Newton Canyon in Malibu is a canyon in between Kanan Dume Rd. and the Zuma Ridge Mtwy. This not-so-often traveled canyon is part of the Backbone Trail, which is in total a 67-mile trail that runs across the “backbone” of the Santa Monica Mountains. This mostly shaded hike and fern-covered trails lead to some nice stretches of […]

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Century Dam is a lesser known secret of Malibu Creek State Park. It offers amazing views and an adventurous experience for those willing to take lesser known trails to get there. During the spring and rainy seasons, this dam has water rushing over the side of it in an unstoppable manner. One of the coolest […]

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[ditty_news_ticker id=”1054″] A quick hike in Corral Canyon alongside coastal views will bring you to a cave rumored to be visited by performer Jim Morrison from The Doors. It’s said that Morrison came to this cave for song-writing and inspiration alongside grandiose views. Take the time to visit this iconic and artistic cave in Malibu. […]

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