Abalone Cove Trail

EASY 114 reviews

Abalone Cove Trail is a 1.4 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Rancho Palos Verdes, California that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

1.4 miles 295 feet Loop

dogs on leash

kid friendly

birding

hiking

nature trips

rock climbing

trail running

walking

beach

views

wild flowers

wildlife

NOTE: Dogs must be on leash on trails and are not allowed on the beach.

The views throughout the whole hike are breathtaking

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2 months ago

It was beautiful!

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4 months ago

Love this trail! So much fun and lots of things to explore! The cave area is so cool by the tide pools. Saw tiny crabs, fish, coral, anemones.

Wasn't as easy as other people led on to be, but a good workout nonetheless. Great views, my dog loved it.

5 months ago

Ok so we went to the top of one cliff and walked down on a steep trail. It was beautiful but I would not classify it easy, especially getting back up.

5 months ago

Short, easy, pleasant with spectacular views. Dog friendly.

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5 months ago

Right next to houses but if you take a trail to the ocean it's fun!

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5 months ago

Cool hiking spot to take a lady friend

5 months ago

Awesome trails

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5 months ago

Had a really good time. The parking lot opens at 9am so if ur an early hiker like me, then just park in the nearby neighborhood, though I will warn you, there's signs that say permit parking only. I just didn't care lol but the cove is beautiful. A lot of wildlife and great views. I will definitely go back.

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6 months ago

pretty awesome. best time is when it's low tide. once you get to the cove you can cross and get to the other side of the cove where you can jump in and swim under to the other side if you're daring! says no dogs. but I did see one on the beach. it's very lose powder going down the hill to the cove so don't wear anything you want to stay clean. and a good incline back up!

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6 months ago

This was a beautiful trail that leads down to the beach and tide pools. We went as the tide was coming in, so we had to time our crossing. The walk down is very steep on a dirt path. The geology was great and we saw many invertebrates in the tide pools.

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7 months ago