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Hiking Mathis Canyon Trail from West Ridge into Wood Canyon is a stunning way to enter Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park. Sitting on the Juaneño Native American Lands this trail provides a unique opportunity to consider the region’s rich…

Big Bend-Bommer Ridge-Laguna Ridge Loop (3.2 miles). This trail is categorized as easy to moderate. This Wilderness Park is a diverse underdeveloped 6,500-acre parkland located between Laguna Canyon and Crystal Cove State Park. Once a working cattle…

From Alta Laguna Park, follow West Ridge, Mathis, Wood Canyon, and Cholla Trails (8 miles). This park with many interior trails offers every visitor amenities including water, restrooms, picnic area, children’s play area, and plenty of parking.…

Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park – Aliso Creek, Wood Canyons Trail (9 miles). This trail is categorized as easy skill level with a minimal elevation gain. Length of this trail is 9 total miles. This Wilderness Park is the largest park in…

The Nix Nature Center, Laguna Coast Wilderness Park’s headquarters, is the entryway for guests to discover the vast linked trails throughout the 20,000-acre South Coast Regional Wilderness (which includes Crystal Cove State Park, Aliso and Wood…

Stretching across 3.2 miles of beach and surrounding 2,400 acres of undeveloped woodland, Crystal Cove State Park boasts some of the best scenic trails for hikers, mountain bikers and equestrians. Crystal Cove’s beach is also popular with…

Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park. Originally part of the Juaneno and Acajchemem tribal land, the Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park now encompasses approximately 3,900 acres of backwoods and natural open space land. Designated as a…