Mary A. on Jurupa Hills Trail
Good morning workout, I do it 4 to 5 times a week. Not easy but it's worth it.
The view its nice you get to see Rialto,Rancho and Fontana. And if you enjoy nature like I do and lucky you'll get to see coyotes besides rabbits,lizards and roderuners.
Ivan G. on Jurupa Hills North Trail
Great place for the family
It's a challenging work out but if you do it once a week you get used to the steep incline the only thing that really sucks is going down. The sand is really grainy and loose, it's best if you havd some sticks to prevent you from sliding down. No shade. Bring lots of water and a hat.
This is a great trail with views all around the Inland Empire and some of the best shots of Cucamonga Peak. I got on the trail early in the morning and saw owls and an amazing sunrise when it had just snowed recently on the surrounding mountains. There are also a lot of boulders to check out and you will see rock art everywhere, and the undesirable tagging.
Just did this trail today! Its not as bad as it seems. Sure there is a lot of graffiti but overall the view is nice. It took me about 2 hours to do this trail but i did take my time and stopped quite a bit to take pictures and for my GF to catch her breath haha. Great beginners hike.
Almost nothing about this overview is correct. The real Jurupa Hills North Trail is slightly less than 1.5 miles long and climbs around 1,300 feet in total elevation. The trail is not advisable for bikes because of the severe steepness unless you are an experienced downhill mountain biker.
The first half the trail isn't kept in very high quality. Many of the large natural rocks on the trail have been covered in graffiti and the water drains down the trails creating some massive ruts, but once you get past all of that the trail really gets better and better ending in a great 360 degree panorama of the entire valley. I personally enjoy this trail because of the great view and exorcise potential, but the trail itself isn't great quality.
Not much of a trail, but great just for a quick walk or if you want to get some exercise you can run the hills. Not really a mountain bike trail... too short. Also the directions on here are not correct... unless I was in the completely run place.. you can park at Jurupa Park and start the trail there. Its not a "hike" its a stroll through the park, but Im glad its there! Not much is here in Fontana.