Here are our top seven destination hikes to experience the natural beauty of The Irvine Ranch.
Green from the start
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.
Years ago, the Irvine Master Plan called for hundreds of thousands of trees to be planted throughout the new city for environmental and aesthetic benefits.…
Shane Ardo, associate professor of chemistry at UC Irvine, is working on a water bottle that can turn seawater into drinkable water.
“In other communities, stores wear out, signage gets old, colors fade, and parking lots fall apart. You don’t see that in Irvine.”
Among Irvine’s 268 parks and expansive open space preserves, the Jeffrey Open Space Trail is a special place that almost defies classification.
The city’s Master Plan has made it a pioneer in sustainability.
Few places on Earth offer the diversity of nature seen on the Irvine Ranch. For Irvine residents, it’s like having a national park in your backyard.
America’s Largest Urban Open Space Network The city of Irvine is surrounded by 57,500 acres of open space that offers residents the freedom to walk…