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This Short Hike In Southern California Will Lead You Straight To A Shipwreck

If you’re looking to add some adventure to your week, there’s an incredible trail here in Southern California that will get you out in nature and lead you to the rusted remains of a shipwreck from 55-years ago. This is a short hike, approximately 2-miles one way, but it’s a challenging hike with a steep decline and LOTS and LOTS of rocks, so make sure to come prepared with sturdy shoes. If you’re tempted to wear flip flops you won’t get very far on this hike, so lace up those hiking boots and leave the sandals at home. Now that we have the disclaimers out of the way, are you ready to explore? Let’s take a look at what you’ll find on the fascinating Shipwreck Trail.

If these photos aren’t enough to satisfy your curiosity, here’s some great footage of the area that captures the wonder of this unexpected gem:

Have you ever heard of the Shipwreck Trail? What a fun hike! You won’t need much to enjoy this Southern California trail other than those sturdy shoes I mentioned, a sense of adventure, and a camera to capture an epic shot of you and the rusted remains of the shipwreck. If you’re longing for more hiking in SoCal, you can check out our list of 8 Waterfront Trails In Southern California that will provide even more fun. See you on the trail!

Angela
Angela is the staff writer for Only in Your State - Southern California.