Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Bedford Peak Hike (Cleveland National Forest)

Recently a group from the lawfirm I work at, Bremer Whyte Brown and O'Meara, went on a hike to the top of Bedford Peak on a Saturday morning. With spring weather here to stay it was the perfect time to get out and do some hiking. Here are some pictures from our hike to the top of Bedford Peak.  The hike to the top of Bedford Peak in the Cleveland National Forest is a fun rewarding hike with great views of Southern California. Bedford Peak is located almost on the border line between Orange County and Riverside County, in the Santa Ana Mountain Range. The hike to Bedford Peak is a fun hike in Southern California as it offers sweeping views of the Santa Ana Mountains and the greater Southern California area. Bedford Peak sits at an elevation of approximately 3,800 feet. If you are looking for a great peak to hike in Orange County, a detailed trail write-up of Bedford Peak Can be Found by Clicking Here





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