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Gaviota Wind Caves

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Wind caves are formed over tens of thousands of years by powerful gusts of wind sculpting out smooth hollows from rocky hills and mountains. The results are spectacular - beautiful chambers which provided shelter to the Chumash people. The hike is about five miles round trip and can be strenuous depending on the temperature and your physical condition. It's best to complete this adventure during cooler seasons; lack of shade means intense sun beating down on you! Start your trek at Gaviota State Park Beach and Campground parking lot. You'll take the trail that is just east of Gaviota Beach Rd. (Photo by @jcervantes805)

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