Hike the Water Tank Trail

Laguna Beach, California

There a numerous trails in the Laguna Coast Wilderness that proceed up and along the ridges and down into the canyons (or the reverse), and most are excellent for hiking, trail running, and mountain .

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~1 miles away

Trail Run the Boat Road and Laguna Ridge

Laguna Beach, California

There a numerous trails in the Laguna Coast Wilderness that proceed up and along the ridges and down into the canyons (or the reverse), and most are excellent for trail running, hiking, and mountain .

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~1 miles away

Mountain Bike Bommer Ridge & Emerald Canyon

Laguna Beach, California

There a numerous trails in the Laguna Coast Wilderness that proceed up and along the ridges and down into the canyons (or the reverse), and are quite popular for mountain biking, hiking, and trail ru.

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~2 miles away

Mountain Bike Car Wreck Trail through Aliso Canyon

Laguna Beach, California

There are numerous ways to incorporate the Car Wreck trail into a larger loop through the Laguna Coast Wilderness and Aliso Canyon Park, but a common route is to begin at Alta Laguna Park at "Top of .

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~2 miles away

Hike the Big Bend Loop

Laguna Beach, California

The Big Bend Loop Trail is easily accessible from Laguna Beach. As you get to the top of the first climb, you will be rewarded with views of the Pacific.

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~2 miles away

Hike the B.F.I. Trail in Crystal Cove State Park

Laguna Beach, California

To get to the trailhead, enter Crystal Cove State Park through the Crystal Cove El Moro Campground entrance immediately next to El Moro Elementary School.

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~3 miles away

Explore the El Moro Canyon Trail

Laguna Beach, California

The trail features a waterfall and is open year-round, but is best used in the spring. Remember to bring $15 cash for the parking fee.

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~3 miles away

Hike to Dripping Cave in the Aliso & Wood Canyons Wilderness

Aliso Viejo, California

Dripping Cave sits tucked away in a corner of Wood Canyon, part of the Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park, and the trail to the cave, while short, requires *at least* a 2.

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~3 miles away

Explore Aliso Creek and Wood Canyon

Aliso Viejo, California

The Aliso Creek and Wood Canyon Trail is shared by trail runners, mountain bikers, horseback riders and hikers. The trail is open for use year-round with abundant wildflowers in the spring.

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~4 miles away

Explore Deer Canyon

Newport Beach, California

The Deer Canyon Loop Trail is an easy drive from Orange County and Newport Beach. In the spring, wildflowers are abundant along the trial.

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~5 miles away

Mountain Bike Bommer Ridge from the Pacific Ridge Trailhead

Newport Beach, California

The Bommer Ridge West Trailhead aka The Pacific Ridge Trailhead begins at the edge of Ridge Park Road, overlooking CA State Highway 73, and marks the northwest entrance to the Laguna Coast Wilderness.

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~5 miles away

Hike the Buck Gully Trail

Newport Beach, California

The trail is relatively narrow with very little shade, so bring extra water and sunscreen. After it rains, a stream runs to the side of the trail.

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~6 miles away

Hike the Newport Beach Back Bay Trail

Newport Beach, California

The Newport Beach Back Bay Trail features beautiful wildflowers and is open for use year round. Very minimal elevation gain makes this hike food for all skill levels, but be mindful of the distance.

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~8 miles away

Hike Borrego Canyon via Vista Lookout Trail

Lake Forest, California

The trail is open year-round and is kept in good condition. The trail is shared by hikers, trail runners, and mountain bikers.

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~12 miles away

Hike the Sinks Trail

Orange County, California

Dogs are not allowed in the park, but the trails are family friendly. This trail is often shared by hikers, mountain bikers, and trail runners.

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~15 miles away

Hike the Limestone Canyon Trail

Silverado, California

This trail is open once a month - check the schedule before you go. The trail features beautiful wildflowers and is most commonly used by horseback riders, mountain bikers, and hikers.

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~16 miles away

Hike the Black Star Canyon Trail

Silverado, California

The Black Star Canyon Trail is 6.8 miles out and back, which allows dogs and mountain biking. This trail is also good for nature trips and birding.

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~17 miles away

Explore the Great Egret Loop Trail

Orange, California

The Great Egret Loop in Santiago Hills Park is an easy drive from Orange County. The trail is shared by mountain bikers, trail runners, hikers, horseback riders and dog walkers.

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~18 miles away

Hike the Robber's Peak Loop

Orange, California

This trail is shared by hikers, trail runners, mountain bikers, and those wishing to see wildlife, birds, and wildflowers. Dogs are allowed in Santiago Oaks Regional Park but must be kept on leash.

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~19 miles away

Hike the Oak Canyon Bluebird and Wren Trail

Anaheim, California

The Oak Canyon Bluebird and Wren Trail features beautiful wildflowers and is accessible year-round. The trail is well kept and offers lots of shady spots.

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~21 miles away