This path starts at North Cannon Street, heads east through Santiago Oaks Regional Park, then turns south and extends the length of Irvine Regional Park. There is a gentle climb across the length of the trail.
The trail begins as a doubletrack but narrows once within the boundaries of the regional parks. Here the path is commonly shaded by oak trees.
This is a multi-use trail, so all runners should be aware of the right-of-way rules, their surroundings, and other users.
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Oak trees shade many areas of the path.