Irvine’s avocado groves are rooted in the city’s agricultural history and are among the most sustainable in America.
Here are our top seven destination hikes to experience the natural beauty of The Irvine Ranch.
The 20-million-year-old, red-sandstone cliffs of Limestone Canyon are a natural wonder right in Irvine’s backyard.
550,000 trees have been planted in Irvine as a result of master planning.
Hikers say it’s like having a national park in your backyard.
There are several fun ways to experience the newly opened Irvine Lake.
The lake is part of The Irvine Ranch’s 57,500 acres of permanently preserved open space – land the Irvine Company dedicated for public use and enjoyment.
More than half of The Irvine Ranch – 57,500 acres of open space – has been set aside for preservation and education.
Irvine offers an abundance of beautiful and scenic trails. Here are three of our top picks.
Whether you are a fan of jogging, bicycling, riding a horse or pushing a stroller, you might want to check out the Hicks Canyon Trail, a pleasant 2-miler with bucolic scenery and a birdsong soundtrack.