Sips and sights for nature lovers.
Malibu is known for its incredible hiking trails and it’s steadily building a reputation amongst wine connoisseurs for producing some of the best wines in the region. So when your trail takes you through the breathtaking beauty of Saddlerock’s historic vineyards, the mountainous landscapes where organic gardens grow and zebras roam freely combine with a tasting, you have yourself a perfect day out.
Malibu Wine Hikes offers a 2-mile loop through the scenic surroundings where you’ll get to interact with exotic animals like horses, buffalo and llamas. Then to end it off, you’ll be introduced to Saddlerock’s amazing grapes with wines to-go.
The property dates back some 300 years and encompasses 1,000 acres in the Santa Monica mountains with stunning views of the Pacific Ocean.
Adding to the rich history of this land, you’ll find incredible Chumash Native American cave paintings that date back to the Portola Expedition of 1769—which is another stop along your hike.
The trails are filled with quirky vintage installations, ranging from painted old buses to doors opening out into the skies so there’ll be plenty of photo ops.
Each hike costs $49 per person which includes the wine to-go. If you’re not much of a hiker but love the sound of this, you could always opt for their 4×4 vineyard adventure.
Location: 32111 Mulholland Drive Highway, Malibu, CA 90265
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