Orange County: A Day Hiker's Guide

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Olympus Press, Oct 1, 2005 - Sports & Recreation - 288 pages
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The hit TV series The OC brought Orange County's glitz, glamour and style to the attention of the nation. But what viewers don't see is the wild side of Orange County-an enticing collection of parks and preserves that is the delight of nature lovers from all around Southern California. This brand-new, comprehensive guide details all the best hiking trails along the coast and in the foothills and mountains. Listed here are many pathways that have never before been described in a guidebook, including Crystal Cove State Park, Aliso-Woods Regional Park, the Laguna Hills and the Santa Ana Mountains, and selected gems in the Inland Empire. Includes hikes for every level of ability, from family nature trails to challenging all-day adventures, complete with clear directions to trailheads and accurate maps.

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