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From there, take a left on Live Oak Canyon Road (you will see the biker bar Cook’s Corner on the intersection).
Next, you will take a left into the dirt road just past Trabuco Creek and continue for about 4.5 miles to the trail’s parking lot.
Nestled in the canyons, slopes, and mountains that make up a surprisingly large chunk of the region, these meticulously kept paths of varying difficulty show a naturally breathtaking side of Orange County that is easy to forget about when you are entrenched in the midst of a cubicle farm.
Checking in at 13.2 miles round trip, this is arguably the best OC hike to take during the rainy season.
Doing so will give you the best shot at seeing Orange County’s most breathtaking waterfall; a tumbling cascade of water created by a combination natural rock formations and the remains of an old mine shaft.
Links to the foothills’ days as a mining colony still pepper this trail of dense woods and deep forest growth.
The most famous of these special artifacts is an old mine car that stands at the mouth of abandoned gold mine; if you hit this road at the right time of year, you will most likely see a flood of salamanders hanging around this historic equipment.