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Snapshot of the Week: California’s Point Dune State Preserve

Snapshot of the Week: California’s Point Dune State Preserve

California’s Pacific Coast Highway is one of the most scenic drives in the United States for a reason… with views of jagged cliffs, pristine beaches and the Pacific Ocean for as far as the eye can see, it’s easy to feel awed by the rugged beauty of the Golden State.

Yesterday as I left Santa Barbara and drove back towards Los Angeles, my traveling companions and I were taken with this vast and stunning sand dune that’s situated near Malibu’s Point Dune State Preserve. Of course, we had to pull over and attempt to climb this unique landmark. The perfect place to stop and await one final California sunset before heading back home on our red-eye flight to Washington, DC.

Here are a few more angles of this incredible dune…


Looking up the dune




Looking down… (It’s steeper than it looks!)




Proof.



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