Our second day in the Los Angeles area was jam-packed: we started at Simi Valley and visited the Reagan Library, then we headed to Malibu. Our last activity of the day was hiking Eagle Rock. Eagle Rock is located in Topanga State Park, so from Malibu, we drove north, and found it. It was a short hike, comparatively, it was only two miles, but the sun was rather warm and shining.
After hiking for about an hour, we reached it. It was pretty, and the views from the top were amazing. I might not like the city of Los Angeles, but I definitely love the outdoors here. The mountains are big, the outdoors are expansive, and there are plenty of things to do outside. We decided to do this as practice for the other hike we did a few days later. Stay tuned for that entry, but in the meantime, enjoy the photos from this one.
The large rock protruding from the face of the mountain is Eagle Rock. It's pretty huge, and the views from the top of it are stunning. That was a fitting end to a jam-packed second day in the Los Angeles area. After that, we drove home, and went to bed.