Sundays may be made for brunch, but on Saturdays we love a good hike.
We’ve checked Runyon Canyon and the Hollywood Sign off our bucket list, so we thought we’d try something a little different and head out to Palos Verdes.
We absolutely loved the trails at the Filiorum Reserve, which is on the ocean side of the peninsula. There are dozens of different dirt paths throughout the park, and most of them are beginner friendly! Whether you’re looking for a casual walk or a full-on adventure, these trails are perfect for a weekend outing.
To get there, exit off the 405 at Crenshaw and take it all the way to the very end of the road. Park up top wherever you can get a spot. Walk past the gate with the bougainvillea bush and down the slope. There’s a portapotty at the start of the trail head but that’s the only one, so plan accordingly! From there, you can explore in any direction. You can see how and where the trails intertwine since you’re on a slope, plus they're all well marked with signs.
If you feel up for the challenge, you can trek all the way down to the beach.
Happy trails foxes!