Good hiking trail

hiking
2 months ago

Very fun and scenic. A portion of it was closed, probably due to fire damage. From what it look liked it leads to Dalton trail. I only hiked to the tree near the edge of the cliff at the top and back. About a mile round trip.

short and to the point. best to walk the road and save the riverbed pathway.

3 months ago

i want to go mountain biking but never been there if someone help out plz

hiking
5 months ago

Took the kids on a hike. Pretty kid friendly.

hiking
5 months ago

It's great if you want to take kids and dogs very nice area , but for adults a lil easy and boring once you complete

6 months ago

it was a good trip to take the whole family on ...... happy we took the trip

on Colby Trail

7 months ago

An easy walk with a great view.

8 months ago

Great hike for a quick workout. Beautiful view

hiking
8 months ago

Great trails and scenery.

hiking
10 months ago

Kids friendly trails, flat hike mostly, not too much challenge but we had good walk

Great quick hike. Saw 6 coyotes on the other hill across from me and a man and his dog standing 20ft from them... Kinda got scared after that but the rest of the hike went great

hiking
1 year ago

My husband and I love this trail! It's a quick workout, with a good incline, and the views are beautiful. Parking can be a challenge, as it is in a residential neighborhood, but all in all it's a great hike.

on Colby Trail

hiking
1 year ago

Good hike if you don't have much time but want to get a quick workout in. I did it before the fire and it was pretty, unsure now.

hiking
1 year ago

Easy trail to just get out in nature without much of a challenge. The road parallels the trail only a couple hundred feet away, but it's usually not visible unless cars are driving on it. There are picnic tables 0.3 mile from the start (or 1.7 miles if you turn around after a mile and stop on the way back like I did). I turned around a few hundred feet after the trail met the road since I don't like hiking on the road. This made it 2 miles round trip with 280 feet elevation gain.

If you're up for more of a challenge and have the time, hike to the top of the Mystic Canyon Trail (1.3 miles, 769 ft elev gain), down the Lower Monroe Trail/Road, left on Glendora Mountain Road and left on Big Dalton Canyon Road back to the start (3.2 miles), then out and back on the Big Dalton Trail for a total of 6.2 miles and 1,054 ft elev gain.

After reading other reviews and seeing references to "the dam," "several trails to choose from," "some steep sections," and "views" I think I should make it clear I started at the parking lot 1/2 mile from Glendora Mountain Road on Big Dalton Canyon Road. From the parking lot you can see the sign for Mystic Canyon Trail and after walking toward it, you'll see the sign for Big Dalton Canyon Trail on the right. From here I hiked a mile on the well-worn, well marked, shaded trail (with no views) for 1 mile, about 500 feet after it meets the road. It looked like just a road going up to the dam, so I turned around and returned to the parking lot.

hiking
1 year ago

Nice trail, kinda steep the whole way but beautiful view.