Mountains to the Sea Trail
The Mountains to the Sea Trail is a designated National Recreation Trail, spanning a 22-mile journey from the Cleveland National Forest to the Pacific Ocean in Newport Beach’s Back Bay.
Beginning in the rugged, oak-filled Weir Canyon, visitors can hike, run, walk, horseback ride, or bike south toward the coast while enjoying an amazing variety of scenery and geography.
A large portion of the ride is alongside the San Diego Creek. Its location in the heart of urban Orange County and the mostly flat and paved terrain makes this trail an accessible destination for outdoor enthusiasts of any age.
- Nearest Station
- 2975 Edinger Ave.
Tustin, CA 92780
Take Metrolink to Tustin Station
Go south on Edinger Ave. to catch the bike trail
All Aboard for Rewards
Take a ride on Metrolink, earn points towards another. It’s easy and it’s free.
Kids ride free!
Free train rides for children 17 years old and younger on Saturdays and Sundays when accompanied by a fare-paying adult.
Ride Metrolink with the $10 Weekend Day Pass. Valid system-wide on either Saturday or Sunday.Train Tickets
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