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Caspers Wilderness Park is an 8,000 acre protected wilderness preserve nestled among the river terraces and sandstone canyons of the western coastal Santa Ana Mountains. The park's many fertile valleys are overtly complemented by specimen groves of native Coastal Live Oak and magnificent stands of California Sycamore. These areas are further accentuated by seasonal wildflower displays and running streams. Wildlife is abundant and can be readily viewed from any of the parks numerous trails.

I did a quick 4+/- mile loop at Caspers. Started on Bell Canyon Trail and hiked to Sunrise Trail to East Ridge Trail to Quail Run Trail to finish the loop at Bell Canyon Trail. This was a nice hike with some steep elevation changes. I saw a rattle snake on East Ridge trail. There are many beautiful cactus blooms. Beautiful scenery and not far to drive.

Check out my blog for more details and pictures.

Caspers Wilderness Park
33401 Ortega Hwy.( P. O. Box 395)
San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
(949)923-2210

Map- http://www.ocparks.com/uploadgraphics/CaspersMap1004.pdf

Site- http://www.ocparks.com/caspers/default.asp?Show=Introduction

Thank you,
Chris Clark
http://johngalt4u2.blogspot.com/
 
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