At the Beach — April 21, 2017 at 5:00 am

6 Beautiful Naturally Preserved Beaches

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Finding the perfect beach is one of humanity’s most enduring quests. And in our effort to attain paradise, we sometimes engineer the results: pumped in sand, human-constructed jetties, imported palms, coastlines raked and groomed to perfection. But if you’re craving a more unaltered experience, check out these wild beaches where Mother Nature has been allowed to do her thing.

Trestles, California

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If you’ve ever taken the Amtrak from San Diego to Los Angeles, you’ve ridden the rail that gives Trestles its name. A renowned surf spot, Trestles occupies the northernmost tip of San Onofre State Beach in Northern San Diego County. This stretch of sand is accessed by way of a short hike through native vegetation, giving Trestles a pleasantly isolated vibe without taking you too far off the beaten path

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