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Pacific Ridge, Moro Canyon and Boomer Ridge Trail Loop

Newport Beach, California



9.96 miles

Elevation Gain

1138 ft

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The Pacific Ridge, Moro Canyon and Boomer Ridge Trail Loop in Newport Beach, California is a challenging hiking trail that spans approximately 9.96 miles. The trail is known for its steep inclines and declines, making it a suitable choice for experienced hikers. The trail offers panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean and the surrounding hills. The trail begins at the Pacific Ridge Trailhead and winds through Moro Canyon, a deep, narrow canyon with a small creek running through it. The trail then ascends to Boomer Ridge, a high ridge with sweeping views of the ocean and the city of Newport Beach. Hikers should be prepared for a strenuous hike and bring plenty of water, especially during the summer months when temperatures can reach high levels. The trail is open year-round, but the best time to hike is in the spring when the wildflowers are in bloom. Despite its difficulty, the Pacific Ridge, Moro Canyon and Boomer Ridge Trail Loop offers rewarding views and a unique hiking experience in Newport Beach.
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