This is a CO-ED event, feel free to bring spouses, friends, conquests, potential conquests and/or the person you wake up next to. All are welcome! Wear light, comfortable clothes and bring a towel, if you sweat a lot. WATER IS MANDATORY!! The hike should take about 120 minutes. This is a Dog Friendly Hike!!
Portuguese Bend Reserve
Crenshaw Boulevard & Burrell Lane
Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275
Meeting Time: 9:30am
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GPS Coordinates: 34.156120, -118.731413
About the Location:
Portuguese Bend Reserve is a 399-acre park on Palos Verdes Peninsula with an elaborate network of trails covering beautiful ocean-facing hillsides, canyons, and ridges. With so many trails, there are several possible hikes in this park. If you don’t like to wait for big views, this is the hike for you. This in an “upside down” hike, meaning that you will start at the high end of the park, descend toward the ocean, and then hike back up, saving the bulk of the uphill for the second half of the hike. There is a sweeping overlook just a short walk from the trailhead. The hike passes vista points with scenic views looking out across the Pacific Ocean toward Catalina Island. In fact, there seem to be ocean views around just about every corner in Portuguese Bend Reserve.
From Los Angeles take the 405 or 110 Freeway south to the 405-110 interchange near Carson. Continue south on the 110 Freeway for 4 miles to the exit for Pacific Coast Highway (CA-1). Head west on CA-1 toward Harbor City. Drive 3 miles and turn left onto Crenshaw Boulevard. Drive 3.9 miles to the trailhead at the end of Crenshaw Boulevard and park along the side of the road. The park entrance (Burma Road) is straight ahead at the end of Crenshaw Boulevard.
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From October 22, 2017 9:30 am to 12:30 pm Save to calendar