The Malibu Creek State Park is among the most popular outdoor hiking destinations in Southern California. The park is spread out over 8,000 acres of savannas, plains, and gorges. Because of the size of the park, there are a wide array of different hiking trails that you can visit when you want to spend time among nature. These trails differ substantially in difficulty, length, and features, which is why each one can provide you with an entirely new experience.
We will hike the Grasslands Trail, it’s one of the most popular trails in the park and is notable for being a great trail for all skill levels.
There’s plenty of shade along the way as well as a variety of rivers and creeks that provide you with fantastic areas for taking pictures.
Distance: 4.5 miles round turn
Elevation Gain: 450 ft.
Exit Las Virgenes Rd off of 101 freeway, go south toward the beach, after 3.5 miles turn RIGHT on Mulholland Hwy, the trailhead is 0.2 miles away on the left, you can park on either side of the road.