South Coast Wilderness (Laguna Beach Area)Printed on Waterproof, rip-proof plastic. Available folded or flat laminated Size of map: 14" x 21"
FM-SCWF (Folded $7.99) ISBN 1-931494-21-5
FM-SCWL (Laminated $10.99) ISBN 1-931494-46-0
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Side 1 shows Franko’s Map of South Coast Wilderness. With beautiful green hues, the hills above Laguna Beach, including Crystal Cove State Park, Laguna Coast Wilderness Park, Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park, James Dilley Greenbelt Preserve, and the City of Irvine Open Space Reserve are shown, with all legally available trails and singletrack for hikers, mountain bikers and horsemen. The trails begin at the edge of Crystal Cove Underwater Park, and ascend up via Moro Canyon, or Moro Ridge Trail on the south side, or No Name Ridge Trail on the north. Crystal Cove’s Ticketron, Fenceline, and Rattlesnake singletrack trails are detailed with aerial photo-accuracy. Laguna Coast Wilderness Park is shown with Willow Trail rising up and away from the park headquarters off Laguna Canyon Road. Bommer Ridge road connects to Crystal Cove. Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park is shown winding its way through the beautiful chaparral and riparian woodlands to the spectacular house-covered ridges surrounding. Wood Canyon Trail and West Ridge Trail connects to favorites Aliso and Wood Canyons trails like Mathis Canyon Trail, or Rock-It Trail. Franko’s Interpretive Data (i.e., wildlife artwork) includes birds, mammals and reptiles found in Crystal Cove State Park and the San Joaquin Hills, which are referred to as South Coast Wilderness.
Side 2 shows Franko’s Map of South Coast Wilderness and it’s extended area from Upper Newport Bay to the north to South Laguna on south. The ocean depth contours are shown for interest, along with a number of Franko’s kelp forest creatures. Rules and regulations and information about each of the area’s fabulous parks are shown as well. IMBA rules for mountain bikers are also spelled out. The majority of the users of this map seem to be mountain bikers, but Franko’s Map of South Coast Wilderness is perfect for hikers and equestrians too.