Want to escape from the hustle and bustle? Get that off-the-grid feeling right here in your own backyard with a free guided wilderness hike.
Orange County is home to some of the most beautiful protected wilderness areas in the entire country. Please join us August 17 for a two-hour moderate-to-strenuous hike at the Pacific Horizon Preserve.
The Pacific Horizon Preserve is a 151-acre parcel located in the southeast portion of the City of Laguna Beach. Adjacent to Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park and Moulton Meadows Park, it serves as the final open space connection between the south end of the Laguna Greenbelt, Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park, and the sea.
OCTA’s acquisition of Pacific Horizon Preserve will allow for the area to be preserved as open space, ensuring the preservation of wildlife mobility as well as various sensitive species in the area. The Preserve features a variety of habitats, including chaparral, grassland, and coastal sage scrub.
Hosted by OCTA and made possible by OC Go (also known as Measure M), the wilderness hike is free. Space is limited and registration is required. Participants must be 12 years and over. All participants are required to sign a liability waiver and minors must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. To register, click here.