The most farflung trail in O’Neill Regional Park follows Tijeras Creek, a tributary
of the Arroyo Trabuco. The creek, lined with tall sycamores, is most appealing in spring when it flows and the wildflowers
are in bloom. This trip describes a one-way descent. You’ll need to make your way 4.3 miles back up Antonio Parkway afterward.
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