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February 1, 2017

A Geological Formation in the Wilderness of Southern California

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LAGUNA NIGUEL, CALIFORNIA – You can hike to Dripping Cave, also known as Robbers Cave, by the 30 miles of official trails in the 4,500-acre Alisa and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park. As the park's largest rock-shelter, the cave was used by early Native American tribes and, later, robbers who used the cave as a hide-out after robbing stagecoaches or stealing livestock.

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