By Vanshika Navlani
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Even Los Angeles locals travel to Malibu because of its renowned surfers, seafood, and expensive real estate. Here are the best hikes in Malibu!
10. Paseo Miramar Westsiders come here for the seaside vistas, well-kept fire roads, and serious booty burn in the early mornings, when it is more of a locals-only path.
9. Temescal Canyon It is a short loop that doesn't take a whole day of trekking and is forested with breathtaking seaside views.
8. Escondido Falls This leisurely stroll in Malibu meanders past chaparral, sage, and old oak trees and ends with a waterfall.
7. Rock Pool There are other treks in the mountains above Malibu, but this 4.4-mile excursion is best for an intrepid hiker anxious to reconnect with nature.
6. Zuma Canyon Loop Trail Although not difficult, this trek is lengthy. The entire circle is 10.7 miles long and exposed, so bring plenty of drink and sunscreen.
5. Backbone Trail Here, you may travel a tiny portion of the Backbone Trail, which extends for 70 miles along the Santa Monica mountains.
4. Los Liones Just above Will Rogers State Beach, a perfectly maintained route ascends into the chaparral of Topanga State Park.
3. Point Dume Cove Trail It is a leisurely trek that takes approximately an hour to complete and offers lovely views of Point Dume's bluffs.
2. Solstice Canyon Loop A fairly well-known climb that more than makes up for its lack of solitude with its scenery and microclimates.
1. Mugu Peak Trail The Mugu Peak Trail is ideal if you want a challenging glute workout with a significant result.
When ascending into some distinctive Mediterranean microclimates, the network of paths on the hills above provides some of the most stunning views of the limitless ocean.
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