El Pescador Beach

7 06 2012

I had company in from out of town, and they wanted to spend some time on a secluded beach with tide pools, so I took them out to El Pescador. It’s on the north end of Malibu, so it’s out of the way of most beach people and tourists.

We took Decker Canyon over the mountains, so we could find four caches on the way:
Pole Position
Trinity
New Development
Reflect on This

View of the canyon

The mustard near the parking lot in full bloom:

The weather was warm and breezy.

My guests had the beach to themselves.

I spent about an hour there with them, observing the various forms of wildlife. The rocks are home to starfish, assorted clams, barnacles, and seaweed.

More starfish

This is a one of many large groups of baby sea anenomes clinging to the boulders.

Crabs in the crevices:

This is a classic ocean view.

These houses overlook said view.

Enjoy the waves!

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3 responses

8 06 2012
Jim Carleton

Love the shot of the crab claws sticking out!

We have several really nice beaches that are usually fairly quiet and are perfect for this sort of adventure. Surprisingly, El Rincon Beach, just south of Carpinteria, is pretty quiet on the north side, most of the time, and it has lots of rocks to explore.

12 06 2012
professor benson

These pictures are so beautiful they make me want to cry.
By the way, I just added your blog to my recommended list.

22 06 2012
Friday Finds: Summer By The Seaside | Sights & Activities | Diary of The Purple Passport

[…] For a more secluded LA-area beach, the Robert H. Meyer Memorial State Beach, a chainlet of three cliff-foot “pocket” beaches, includes: El Pescador Beach. El Pescador is “on the north end of Malibu, so it’s out of the way of most beach people and tourists.” [Geocaching with EMC of Northridge, CA] […]

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