This rocky strip of sand is the ideal spot for active beach-goers who are quickly bored by sunbathing. Hike there from Lands End along the half-mile Coastal Trail, which is bordered by Monterey Cypress trees. From the bottom of the trail, a stairway of more than 100 wooden steps leads down to the beach. The stone-laden sand is dotted with fort-like remnants covered in graffiti. It’s adjacent to a rock labyrinth overlooking the water, which has been destroyed and reconstructed over the years. Because of the uneven terrain, the beach is a crowd-free hidden gem.
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Lands End Trail