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Point Mugu State Park in the Santa Monica Mountains is a great way to experience the west coast and the Pacific Ocean. The park features five miles of ocean shoreline, where you can find unforgettable hikes along wildflower dotted rocky bluffs, kick off your shoes on sandy beaches, run down sand dunes, and hike up river canyons and valleys. The park offers over 70 miles of hiking trails. There are also opportunities for swimming and body surfing. The Day Use Annual Pass is accepted at this park. Sycamore Cove & Mugu Beach parking lots open at 8am and close at sunset. Sycamore Canyon & Thornhill Broome campground gates open at 8am and close at 10pm. No entry after 10pm.

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7 days ago

worth the hike. killer views

This was a fun, relaxing little hike which culminates in a stunning view of the coast line. The incline might be a bit steep for those with limited mobility.

hiking
15 days ago

This hike is great and if you looking to get a great calf workout, this is the place. I came here with a group of friends and all of us loved it. The view at the top is worth
the heavy breathing and sweat.

23 days ago

Don't let the short mileage of this hike fool you- it's an a** kicker! It's straight uphill for a fair distance. Wear good hiking shoes/boots because there's a decent amount of loose soil and gravel. To reiterate what someone else said- take more water than you think you need. You'll work up a good thirst on the uphill climb. The views from the top are worth the climb! You can see Sandstone Peak on one side and gorgeous views of the ocean and Malibu on the other side.

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