A comprehensive study of 20,000 people published last June by the University of Exeter in southwest England found those who spend two hours a week…
Mountain biker Jeff Tong says The Irvine Ranch has a variety of bike trails, ranging from easy to moderate to challenging – all within a few minutes of home.
In 1899, a group of sportsmen built Orange County’s first golf course near a bean field on The Irvine Ranch. Leasing Irvine Company land in…
Vantage points offer magnificent views of the 55-acre Upper Peters Canyon Reservoir.
The Jeffrey Open Space Trail is where friends and family can explore 2.5 miles of uninterrupted meadows, woodlands and pathways in the heart of the…
Stretching 22 miles from the Cleveland National Forest to the Pacific Coast, the vast open spaces on The Irvine Ranch are a welcome respite for people who enjoy the outdoors.
Irvine offers a surprising find: 300 acres of freshwater marsh and 12 miles of trails in the heart of the city.
Located in the Laguna Coast Wilderness Park, Barbara’s Lake is the only natural lake in Orange County. Round-trip from Nix Nature Center on Laguna Canyon Road is about 1.5 miles along Mary’s Trail into Little Sycamore Canyon.
Tomato Springs Trail, in the Village of Portola Springs, is an easy hike, and it’s a perfect spot to watch the sun set.