Palos Verdes residents are lucky to have some of the best walk & hiking trails located right here on the peninsula. The Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy manages these trails, and also maintain the native plants and wildflowers that surround them. Some of these walks have spectacular views, interesting geology and lots of animal sightings. The range of trails vary from easy to strenuous, and if your looking for a specific trail you can find it here. Some of the trails are accessible by wheelchairs, bicyclists and even equestrians. Known as easier walks are the White Point Nature Preserve, Linden H. Chandler Preserve & Forrestal Reserve. If you are lookjing for a sunset walk you would want to visit Alta Vicente Reserve, Forrestal Reserve, Portuguese Bend Reserve or Vicente Bluffs Reserve. If your interested in a tide pool walk the Abalone Cove Ecological Reserve is for you.
If you haven’t enjoyed these trails on your own lately, you might be interested in a Guided Nature Walk that the Palos Verdes Land Conservancy offers. These walks are led by volunteer naturalists, historians, and geologists. The walk leaders will help you discover another side of the Palos Verdes Peninsula with unique stories about the birds, wildlife, and plants of this rare open space. These walks are free and you do not have to have reservations. For up to date information on a walk you can call the conservancy at (310) 541-7613, or go to www.pvplc.org.
Photo courtesy of the Palos Verdes Peninsula Land Conservancy.
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