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Laguna Coast Wilderness Park, Laguna Beach, California

Ever meandered through the corridor of the 133 and wondered if there was something better you could be doing than sitting in a long line of cars (waiting to get down to Laguna Beach) because someone had decided a long time ago that a one lane road was sufficient enough – or that the beach wasn’t really all that great of a place to go?

I digress. Anyway, the answer to that question is, in fact, YES! Go to the Laguna Coast Wilderness Park. Lots of different paths you can take (I suggest looking up a map first, as there are some paths that are steeper than others… and we seemed to have found THREE on our short little hike, roughly a 5.5 mile round trip).

Just watch out for the stink bugs – also known as a clown beetle, if you’re feeling silly. Or Proxys punctulatus if you’re feeling specific.

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