Juanita Moe Trail

California

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Juanita Moe Trail Facts

States: California
Counties: Orange
Length: 1 miles
Trail end points: University Trail and Jeffrey Open Space Trail at I-405 and Shady Canyon Trail at Sand Canyon Ave. and Quail Hill Pkwy.
Trail surfaces: Asphalt
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 8622641

Juanita Moe Trail Description

The Juanita Moe Trail—formerly known as the Quail Hill Trail—is a short path along Interstate 405 south of downtown Irvine. Forming a link between the University Trail and Jeffrey Open Space Trail in the west and the Shady Canyon Trail in the east, the trail is most valuable as a utilitarian connector in the city's impressive trail network.

However, views of the scenic Quail Hill Preserve—perhaps the best known of Irvine's natural landmarks—to the south make the short trail worth visiting in its own right. Connect to the hiking-only Quail Hill Loop Trail within the preserve to further explore the scenic area.

Parking and Trail Access

Parking is available at the Quail Hill Trailhead (34 Shady Canyon Drive).

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