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A narrow red-walled chasm, boulder-strewn Redfield Canyon lies bound by tall cliffs pocked with eroded caves. With a bit of exploration you may find cascades and deep refreshing pools hidden in side canyons. Some small canyons in the area contain perennial streams. In the eastern portion of the Wilderness, Galiuro Escarpment rises impressively, an example of the fault-block development for which the Basin and Range Province is known. You'll find no established trails here, but the canyons are suitable for hiking. Over the years photographers have been drawn to the scenic, water-rich side canyons of Redfield. A substantial portion of the western half of the area is privately owned; you must obtain permission before crossing it. Park closes at sunset.

Super fun hike, challenging at times but nothing crazy. When you get to a fork in the road the sign points to the left, but is only a slight left. don't go up the huge hill, that's the wrong path. gorgeous rocks back there, a cool sight to see.

Love this trail. It's easy and I enjoy both walking and running this trail. No dogs allowed on the trail and you'll share the trail with mountain bikers. Most are courteous and will alert you. I had fun and will do this trail several more times.

Excellent trail! Located in Whiting Ranch south orange county California, this is an easy 4.2 mile hike. Terrain is gorgeous!

DONE! ; )

Take Borrego all the way to the fork (about 2 miles in), then head right to start on Mustard trail. Soon after, keep your eye out for a slightly covered sign to Red Rock Canyon. The sign is slightly hidden on the left after the picnic bench. Easy hike, rocky narrow trail to Red Rock and wow it's beautiful. Be careful if you choose to climb around once you arrive. It's sandy and slippery.

26 days ago