Hiking Orange County

Ever had questions on where to go hiking in orange county? Well I have put together some videos and blog posts on orange county hiking for you.

OCHBC Hiking Club

The Orange County Hiking and Backpacking Club (OCHBC) hike the Orange County Trails.

Los Angeles Area Beach Hiking – Orange County, Corona Del Mar

http://www.losangeleshikingguide.hikesyoucando.com Nick travels south out of Los Angeles to to hike in Corona Del Mar, Orange County. It is a beach hike that offers tide pool exploration, ocean views and much more.

Hiking @ Crystal Cove State Park (2007)

Quickie trip last week in Orange County, CA. Hike at Crystal Cove State Park & putz around Laguna Beach. Check out the guys in the end who caught a huge crab.

Hiking 101 – Part 1

This is a great video about hiking and how to get started. Steve Moses and I talk about OCHBC.org a great orange county based hiking group that organizes all kinds of hikes!

Peters Canyon Regional Park – Orange County, CA

Peters Canyon Regional Park is comprised of 354 acres and offers different trails perfect for hiking, mountain biking and wildlife enthusiasts. Some of the trails have extreme uphill ascents with rewarding panoramic views of Peters Canyon and the sur…

RAMIDOGG HIKING HOLY JIM TRAIL TO SANTIAGO PEAK 3 of 3 01/22/11

Santiago Peak=Elevation 5689 ft (1734 m) NAVD 88 Prominence 4387 ft (1337 m) Location Cleveland National Forest, Orange County / Riverside County, California, USA Range Santa Ana Mountains Santiago Peak is the southern mountain of Orange County’s Sad…

RAMIDOGG AND MATT HIKING LAGUNA CANYON IN THE RAIN 1 of 2

HERE IN ORANGE COUNTY, CA WE DON’T GET MUCH RAINY DAYS AND WHEN WE GET SOME I LOVE TO GO HIKIING IN THE RAIN SO ME AND MY FRIEND MATT HIKED LAGUNA CANYON AND IT WAS GREAT TIME, WE EVER SAW THE WATERFUL RUNNING BUT IT WASN’T FULL CAPACITY, I WILL BE B…

Peters Canyon in Orange County

An overview of the Peters Canyon hiking trail in Orange County, just east of Irvine and Tustin. The trail is usable by hikers, cyclists, and horseback.

Aliso Creek Trail – Orange County, CA

Great for biking, walking, hiking and even horseback riding. This trail offers a variety of scenic views. In addition to being a great biking and hiking trail, it also caters to a lot of dog walkers and general outdoor enthusiast.

Blog Posts on Hiking Orange County

Brian and Ashley’s Hiking Blog!: Orange County Register Article on

Orange County Hiking and Southern California Hiking at its best. We are Your Source for Orange County Hikes as well as Southern California Hikes. Find an Orange County Trail or a Southern California Trail and enjoy! …

Publish Date: 01/27/2011 19:39

http://abhiking.blogspot.com/2011/01/orange-county-register-article-on-oc.html

Orange County Hiking Trail Closures — SoCal Hiker

After the recent storms, a number of of OC parks have closed hiking trails to prevent or repair rain damage. Here’s the breakdown.

Publish Date: 01/05/2011 22:00

http://socalhiker.net/2011/01/park-closures-throughout-orange-county/

From holiday strolls to conditioning hikesOrange County Register

Here are some of the favorite hikes offered for all levels in the Orange County Hikers Club. Beginner hikes Dog Friendly Beach Walk (Newport to Balboa Pier) winter/spring every Monday with Laura.

Publish Date: 12/18/2009 0:00

http://articles.ocregister.com/2009-12-18/cities/24658294_1_conditioning-hikes-crystal-cove-beginners

Lower Silverado Canyon “after the storm” exploration on Sunday

Exploration with Adam, Santa Ana Mountains, Orange County (part of the Santa Ana Mountains Wild Heritage Project tour series). Silverado Creek in the Cleveland National Forest is a new place after the storms of December 2010. … durable hiking socks and close-toed hiking shoes (extra pair for wet tours), long pants, and backpack for snacks. Bring swimsuit and towel for wet tours. Bring first aid kit (Band-Aids, antiseptic, allergy medicine, tweezers, etc. …

Publish Date: 01/29/2011 22:31

http://newsantaana.com/2011/01/29/lower-silverado-canyon-after-the-storm-exploration-on-sunday-jan-30/

Easy Hiking Trails Orange County

Peters Canyon Regional Park – Orange County, CA Best Hikes With Dogs: Southern California $1.01 Southern California hikes selected to delight your dog (and you)—many accessible from urban areas · More than 60 dog-suitable trails, …

Publish Date: 01/17/2011 17:42

http://www.appallinghiking.org/easy-hiking-trails-orange-county/

Coal Canyon: an Orange County hiking treasure via the off-ramp to

One of the coolest Orange County hikes that Jeff and I have done is the Coal Canyon hike located on the border of Riverside and Orange County — accessible from what used to jokingly be referred to as the off-ramp to nowhere. …

Publish Date: 01/23/2011 9:40

http://www.greeneadventures.com/2011/01/23/coal-canyon-an-orange-county-hiking-treasure-via-the-off-ramp-to-nowhere/

Afoot and Afield: Orange County – Blogspot

This completely updated and expanded new edition in the Wilderness Press Afoot & Afield series is the ultimate guide to the hiking opportunities throughout Southern California’s Orange County. Featuring 87 trips from serene summits to …

Publish Date: 01/24/2011 22:39

http://artists-books.blogspot.com/2011/01/afoot-and-afield-orange-county.html

Hiking and Wildlife Viewing in Crystal Cove State Park, Orange County

Orange County may not be known for its hiking, mountain biking and other outdoor adventures but the free-spirited outdoorsman/woman knows much better. I’ve been exploring Orange County for years and years and have never found myself …

Publish Date: 01/11/2011 14:24

http://gosomewhereglorious.blogspot.com/2011/01/hiking-and-wildlife-viewing-in-crystal.html

Hopefully this information will help make hiking orange county easier for you.  Richard Davidian

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