There is a beach along the PCH heading towards Malibu that I frequently visit, but do not know the name of. It can be easy to miss, even if you know what to look for.
This beach is absolutely beautiful whether it’s sunny, gloomy, cold, warm, etc. It’s known as a “pocket beach” because it doesn’t have a real shoreline and the area between sediment and ocean is so small. The tides basically reach the cliffs on the land, so there is no dry sand. While I was walking down Read More
“So, is it safe to swim or are we gonna grow a second arm?” This was one of the many questions I was asked this summer as I worked with Heal the Bay testing water quality in Malibu. Before working with Heal the Bay, I never knew how to even pronounce Enterococcus (at least outside Read More
This is a beach that I have been visiting a lot over the past 4 years because it is the one closest to campus and because there tends to not be a lot of people present when I go. I enjoy going to this beach because I love to stare at the huge rock on Read More
The beach I visited is Robert Meyer Memorial State Beach which I found out is made up of “pocket beaches” along the city of Malibu. These beaches are known as hidden jems around Malibu but can be crowded during the summer. These pocket beaches are surrounded by million-dollar homes in Western Malibu. Robert H. Meyer Read More
On September 19th I visited Sycamore Cove Beach in Malibu alongside the Pacific Coast Highway. Sycamore Cove Beach (also known as Sycamore Canyon Beach) is a beautiful place to visit for a nice day on the coast! This southwest-facing sandy beach has five miles of scenic ocean coastline that range from rocky bluffs, sandy beaches, to Read More