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From Caves to Cliffs: What’s Fun to Do in Laguna Beach
1. The Coves
What’s better than seven miles of coastline? Seven miles of coastline with beaches and coves — 30 in all! Want to see some amazing ocean life while snorkeling? Check out Shaw’s Cove, one of the area’s most secluded coves. Ready to take the family on an adventure? Wood’s Cove has plenty to discover. A sunset view to end the day on the perfect note? You’ll find that at Moss Cove. There’s so much to explore, you’ll wonder why you ever thought simply stretching out on a towel was the way to go.
2. The Pools
Unique to Laguna Beach is its spectacular tide pooling. Ranging from deep and secluded to easily accessible, the pools that are left throughout the area when the tide is low are always brimming with fascinating marine life. As an added bonus, guides are available at some of the beaches to explain all about the fragile ecosystems that survive in the tide pools.
3. The Caves
Regardless of age, exploring caves can make anyone feel like a pirate on a treasure hunt. And Laguna Beach certainly doesn’t disappoint in the cave department. In fact, one sea cave at Thousand Steps Beach even caters to the ultra-adventurous types. If you’re brave enough to trek all the way through the cave — at low tide, of course — you’ll emerge on a secluded beach that many may never know exists.
4. The Bluffs
The views from the beaches are incredible, but the views from the bluffs are absolutely breathtaking. For a picture-perfect view of the city, take advantage of the many hiking trails available in the area that lead to the cliffs, such as the Valido Trail, which is only a short hike to the summit of Aliso Peak (or “Mt. Zion” to the locals).
5. The Wilderness
Speaking of hiking, Laguna Beach is part of 20,000 acres of wilderness just waiting to be explored. The Laguna Coast Wilderness Park, for example, offers 40 miles of trails. Biker or hiker, runner or rider — there’s plenty of natural beauty to go around.
The best part of all of this? Laguna is full of “secret spots” that only the locals know about. If you’re lucky, you may be able to strike up a conversation with a longtime local and get all the down-low for when the tide’s low. (Just make sure you share it with us! wink wink)
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