Last-hurrah Malibu public beach safari

The Los Angeles Urban Rangers (disclosure: I'm Ranger Jenny) are wrapping up their Malibu Public Beaches program, and to celebrate, they're offering 3 (three!) last-hurrah 1-1/2-hour free mini-safaris.

Do you love how empty the beach is in winter? Are you tired of Zuma and Surfrider? Would you like to find and use the the extensive public beaches that are lined with private development?

The safaris equip people with the advanced skills necessary to find and use the Malibu public beaches legally and safely. Activities include signwatching, trailblazing the public-private boundary, and a public easement potluck.

No sign-up required this time. All welcome. The website has all the details.

To download a guide to the Malibu beaches, use the Malibu link on the website.

To find the California Coastal Commission guide to the entire southern California coast, click here.

To get the Coastal Commission maps of the dry-sand easements for Carbon and Broad Beaches (highly recommended for Carbon, though for now, erosion due to human and natural causes has erased the Broad easements), click here.

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