With 7-day access trails on the Landmarks, nature lovers can experience the first signs of spring from the heart of Irvine to the coast of Newport Beach. The City of Irvine is home to a variety of trails in Bommer Canyon and Quail Hill that are open for passive self-guided access daily from dawn to dusk. Quail Hill is ideal for a quick escape into nature and is a delight in the springtime due to the abundance of birds and other wildlife foraging for food and shelter. Meanwhile, Bommer Canyon offers a wider range of hiking opportunities perfect for hikers of all skill levels.
Regardless of where you go, many are choosing to unplug from the hustle and bustle of everyday life in celebration of National Day of Unplugging on Friday, March 5. This national celebration promotes a 24-hour hiatus from technology and encourages living in the moment. If you haven’t already, we encourage everyone to take a moment this weekend to unplug, get outside and experience the first signs of spring on the Landmarks.
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