DJI Mavic Pro - Nicholas Canyon Beach Malibu, California
Aerial Footage of Nicholas Canyon Beach in Malibu 7/23/2017
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Nicholas Canyon Beach
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Nicholas Canyon County Beach in Malibu - August 2019
Nicholas Canyon County Beach is 1 mile east of Leo Carrillo State Beach at 33850 Pacific Coast Highway. Great beach where you can hang out, fish, picnic, surf and more in about 25 acres. About 150 parking spaces available. Generally $10 to park, or park on PCH. Also referred to as Zeros Beach by surfers.
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Lost in Malibu Beaches | Leo Carrillo State Beach | Nicholas Canyon Beach
In this video, I get lost in the beautiful beaches of Malibu California.
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Jimmy is an avid youngster looking for his next travel adventure. Ever since my first trip abroad to Japan in winter 2014, I’ve been yearning to explore the world. He is also able to speak various languages such as Spanish, Japanese, French, some Korean, and a few words in Mandarin Chinese.
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Point Mugu Scenic Ocean spot north of Malibu - GREAT for visiting Los Angeles
Point Mugu beach is a GREAT drive and stop if you are visiting Los Angeles or Santa Monica. The spot is clearly noticeable by the HUGE rock that is on the other side of the Pacific Coast Highway, known on maps as Highway 1.
Point Mugu is about a 30 minute drive from the Santa Monica Pier. It is a scenic drive through all of Malibu.
Nichols Canyon group ride, Los Angeles June 3 2018
Velo Club La Grange Sunday group ride on June 3rd 2018, Los Angeles, California.
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LECHUZA BEACH MALIBU (Strand 17)
Driving Mulholland Scenic Parkway & Stopping At Overlooks
Mulholland Drive is a street and road in the eastern Santa Monica Mountains of Southern California. It is named after pioneering Los Angeles civil engineer William Mulholland. The western rural portion in Los Angeles and Ventura Counties is named Mulholland Highway. The road is featured in innumerable movies, songs, and novels. David Lynch, whose film Mulholland Drive is suffused with the atmosphere of the road, once said that one can feel the history of Hollywood on it.
The 21-mile long mostly two-lane, minor arterial road loosely follows the ridgeline of the eastern Santa Monica Mountains and the Hollywood Hills, connecting two sections of U.S. Route 101, and crossing Sepulveda Boulevard, Beverly Glen Boulevard, Coldwater Canyon, Laurel Canyon Boulevard, Nichols Canyon Road, and Outpost Drive.
The road offers spectacular view of the Los Angeles Basin, the San Fernando Valley, and the Hollywood Sign.
Mulholland Drive is home to some of the most exclusive and most expensive homes in the world. Many of these homes are set back from the road and offer outstanding views of downtown Los Angeles. Celebrities such as Jack Nicholson, Sylvester Stallone, Justin Timberlake, Eric Stoltz, Jessica Biel, Paris Hilton and Reese Witherspoon all live nearby.
Torrey Pines State Beach
Drone footage of Torrey Pines State Beach in La Jolla, California.
Kitesurfing in Nicholas Canyon, Ca.
Malibu, California (Leo Carrillo State park Beach)
Leo Carrillo State Park is a state park of California, United States, and a component of Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area preserving 1.5 miles of beach along the Malibu Coast at the foot of the Santa Monica Mountains.
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Kiteboarding at Nicolas Canyon in Malibu CA - My Perspective...
First time kitesurfing with GOPRO and first time at Nicolas Canyon in Malibu CA.
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Save Malibu Lagoon
Malibu Lagoon Dredge and Uproot Project FAQs
• In or around June 2011, bulldozers will excavate and grade close to 90,000 cubic yards of mud and wetland habitat. The entire lagoon west of the creek channel will be drained to transform healthy marshlands into a rock-defined channel. The three bridges on the main walk path will be ripped out. Moffat & Nichol, an engineering firm, drew up plans after being directed by an environmental team.
• The lagoon is not in need of improvement or restoration. In fact, due to natural development of sand bars and tide pools within the lagoon, rare wildlife, including the Black Skimmer (bird), have returned to the lagoon and have begun to nest.
• Birds, fish, turtles and amphibians make their home here.
• The public is unaware of the plan and had not had a chance to vote on it. Schoolchildren, residents and visitors, surfers, birdwatchers and others were excluded from input and will not be able to use the state park during the busiest time of the year -- and for about ½ year. Once the project is over, there will be little to see, as all the animals will be gone.
• Because state bond money from Propositions 13, 40 and 50 is available and earmarked for state water and wildlife conservation projects, groups felt that they had to use it whether or not the project was appropriate. More than a million dollars, better spent elsewhere have been used to conduct a feasibility study, plan, environmental review, permit, monitor, design and engineer the plan. Millions more of these precious bond dollars would be used to implement this ill-conceived plan.
• Project proponents plan to use poison to remove the nonnative plants that are not uprooted by bulldozers. Both the bulldozers and the poison will kill birds, eggs, turtles, fish and essential sea grasses.
• Access for surfers to Surfrider Beach will be arduous and more dangerous. As well, the many school children that come on field trips to the lagoon will have difficult access and of course, little reason to visit once the plan is implemented, as the wildlife they come to view will not exist in the abundance as it does now.
• Nonnative and highly flammable plants can easily be removed by hand. Animals can be protected by cover. All work can be done without bulldozers and poison.
• The California Coastal Commission is scheduled to grant a permit for the proposed project at their October 2010 hearing in Oceanside. Its staff has released a report recommending approval.
• Wetlands Defense Fund, CLEAN (Coastal Law Enforcement Action Network, Access For All, Save the Waves Coalition as well as neighbors of the lagoon and countless visitors and residents oppose the plan.
• Member of the public can visit savemalibulagoon.com for directions on how to take action. As well, all concerned citizens are being asked to contact decision makers, write to and call elected officials and write letters to the editor of local papers that decision makers read.
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We were heading to Solstice Canyon for a hike and pulled over to take a picture of the beautiful view of the beach when I spotted these dolphins heading North. 1/14/12
EL MATADOR Beach Paradise , Los Angeles
Along the coast of Malibu are some of the best beaches in the entire United States, all of them are pretty flawless but for my money, the best beach is El Matador State Beach. If you can find parking in the super small lot, then you are in for a real treat. The beach is packed with long stretches of sand, sea caves and massive rocks.
California Dreaming Malibu Canyon Riding 08/25/13
Me (CBR1100XX) and my buddy Chad (BMW GS filming) jamming on one of the most amazeballz roads in the world, the famous Malibu Canyon in Cali. We got a little lost but who cares, it's a beautiful day and life is good :)
Best Beaches in Los Angeles. TOP 16
Best Beaches in Los Angeles. TOP 16: El Matador, Santa Monica, El Pescador, Zuma Beach County Park and Westward, Paradise Cove, Malibu Lagoon, Abalone Cove Shoreline Park, Manhattan Beach, Venice Beach, Leo Carrillo, Point Dume, Will Rogers, Redondo, Nicholas Canyon County, Hermosa and Topanga State Beach
Mulholland to Malibu California
This is the last part of my California trip. I leave from The Rock store and follow Mulholland to the PCH and on to Malibu. Even a little left over LA night time lane splitting footage.