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Holy Jim in Trabuco Canyon, CA "a remote area in the foothills of eastern Orange County, a wilderness where only hardy hikers would want to 'tour.'It's where Travis Cornell, the lead character [of Dean Koontz' 'Watchers'] meets Einstein, a golden retriever with human-level intelligence that has escaped from an Irvine lab in which experiments with military applications are being conducted to enhance the intelligence of animals."

Holy Jim in Trabuco Canyon, CA "a remote area in the foothills of eastern Orange County, a wilderness where only hardy hikers would want to 'tour.'It's where Travis Cornell, the lead character [of Dean Koontz' 'Watchers'] meets Einstein, a golden retriever with human-level intelligence that has escaped from an Irvine lab in which experiments with military applications are being conducted to enhance the intelligence of animals."

Black Star Canyon Black Star Canyon Rd Silverado, CA 92676 More Info Nestled amongst the foothills of the Santa Ana Mountains, this infamous canyon is far and away regarded as the creepiest place in all of Orange County. The rustic beauty that can be enjoyed within this secluded, rugged patch of land during the day is ov

Black Star Canyon Black Star Canyon Rd Silverado, CA 92676 More Info Nestled amongst the foothills of the Santa Ana Mountains, this infamous canyon is far and away regarded as the creepiest place in all of Orange County. The rustic beauty that can be enjoyed within this secluded, rugged patch of land during the day is ov

Starr Ranch Sanctuary, Trabuco Canyon, CA.

Starr Ranch Sanctuary, Trabuco Canyon, CA.

Traversing the Trails of Trabuco Canyon | Anaheim/Orange County - Blog

Traversing the Trails of Trabuco Canyon | Anaheim/Orange County - Blog

#27 O'Neill Regional Park is a beautiful 4,500 acre park managed by Orange County Parks. The park is nestled in the foothills of the Santa Ana Mountains in Trabuco and Live Oak Canyons. Coast live oaks line many of the trails allowing you to enter a wooded wonderland. There are also trails of chaparral, sagebrush and cactus. Live Oak Canyon Road is also a lovely drive as you enter the park. This is an OC must for relaxation.

#27 O'Neill Regional Park

#27 O'Neill Regional Park is a beautiful 4,500 acre park managed by Orange County Parks. The park is nestled in the foothills of the Santa Ana Mountains in Trabuco and Live Oak Canyons. Coast live oaks line many of the trails allowing you to enter a wooded wonderland. There are also trails of chaparral, sagebrush and cactus. Live Oak Canyon Road is also a lovely drive as you enter the park. This is an OC must for relaxation.

Sunrise. Trabuco Canyon, CA

Sunrise. Trabuco Canyon, CA

Santiago Canyon Orange County's last country road trip. Points of interest along County Highway 18. Cooks Corner to Irvine Lake. Cooks Corner

Santiago Canyon Orange County's Last Country Drive

Santiago Canyon Orange County's last country road trip. Points of interest along County Highway 18. Cooks Corner to Irvine Lake. Cooks Corner

Santiago Peak Lat/Lon: 33.71060°N / 117.5333°W Elevation: 5687 ft / 1733 m  Santiago is the highpoint of Orange County in Southern California. It lies along the crest of the Santa Ana Mountains, a coastal chain located southeast of the greater Los Angeles area. It is often referred to as Saddleback which refers to the skyline profile formed between it and nearby Modjeska Peak.

Santiago Peak Lat/Lon: 33.71060°N / 117.5333°W Elevation: 5687 ft / 1733 m Santiago is the highpoint of Orange County in Southern California. It lies along the crest of the Santa Ana Mountains, a coastal chain located southeast of the greater Los Angeles area. It is often referred to as Saddleback which refers to the skyline profile formed between it and nearby Modjeska Peak.

Hiking in Modjeska Canyon  http://www.trails.com/tcatalog_trail.aspx?trailid=HGS084-062

Hiking in Modjeska Canyon http://www.trails.com/tcatalog_trail.aspx?trailid=HGS084-062

Falls Canyon Falls, Trabuco Canyon, CA http://nobodyhikesinla.com/2014/04/04/falls-canyon-falls-orange-county/

Falls Canyon Falls, Trabuco Canyon, CA http://nobodyhikesinla.com/2014/04/04/falls-canyon-falls-orange-county/

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