More of a walk than a hike. Nice for my daughter and dog to go out and take a look. There are many different flowers and the view of the ocean is nice. People have started to leave trash around unfortunately and aren't picking up after their dogs. This definitely takes away from the beauty of nature. We also went down to the tide pools but unfortunately there wasn't much to see. It was fun walking on rocks though!
This was a fun park near our house that the kids enjoyed coming to. Never gets to far from the parking lot so it is easy to cut a hike short and head back. There is no shade along the trails but the bunkers are well worth the stroll through this urban park.
This 4.88 mile hike along the beach on Palos Verdes Peninsula is packed with spectacular views, geological wonders, and fascinating history. Visit tide pools, the infamous Sunken City, and a World War II missile site! (Date hiked: January 2, 2012.) Read the full write-up at: http://www.greeneadventures.com/2012/07/13/hiking-from-cabrillo-beach-to-the-point-fermin-sunken-city-and-white-point-preserve/
I have not canoed this route, but hiked it many times. Much of this route is impassable at waters edge but you can hike along the highway. There are many places where you can scramble down the rocks but be careful. My favorite place along the was is Point Ferman. I have watched the sun come up over the mountains to the east and light up Santa Catalina Islands to the west.