Trabuco Canyon

Corona, California

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Starting from the east terminus of Trabuco Creek Road, an old truck road turned narrow footpath meanders up to some of the most idyllic spots in the Santa Anas. Upper Trabuco Canyon is home to Orange County’s biggest alder grove; to fine specimens of live oak, bay laurel, and maple; to a tiny community of madrones; and to a wide variety of spectacular spring wildflowers. Historically, the canyon is significant for its mining activity, and as the site of the killing of California’s last wild grizzly bear in 1908.

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"Starting from the east terminus of Trabuco Creek Road, an old truck road turned narrow footpath meanders up to some of the most idyllic spots in the Santa Anas.

Upper Trabuco Canyon is home to Orange County’s biggest alder grove; to fine specimens of live oak, bay laurel, and maple; to a tiny community of madrones; and to a wide variety of spectacular spring wildflowers. Historically, the canyon is significant for its mining activity, and as the site of the killing of California’s last wild grizzly bear in 1908."

Activity Type: Hiking, Horseback Riding
Nearby City: Corona
Distance: 3.6
Elevation Gain: 850 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: 2 hours
Season: Best: October through June
Accessibility: Dog-friendly, Kid-friendly
Local Contacts: CNF: TD
Local Maps: Cleveland National Forest Visitor Map
Driving Directions: Directions to Trabuco Canyon

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May 2018