Good workout, great view

My husband and I were here yesterday and it was very cool. I think it's great that there's many trails branching off so you can really pick the level of difficulty you want. Of course the one thing we HATED was the stupid graffiti! However the higher up you go the less there is because obviously the damn kids are too lazy to climb to the top. Any whom, enough about lazy low life's. The trail was great we'll definitely be back.

hiking
2 months ago

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.

Not too bad for a shorter hike.

Good 30-50 minute hike depending ding how many rest you take. Very satisfying reaching the too and looking at the setting sun on a good day

8 months ago

walking
8 months ago

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.

Very steep and slippy at the start. Also just when you think you are at the summit, another hill rises! My son and I didn't quite make the top. Great views and a nice breeze higher up.

mountain biking
1 year ago

I've hiked this trail many times. It is a little more difficult that you would think. The beginning of the trail is steep and a bit slippery. Wear good shoes with traction.

hiking
1 year ago

Directions are not correct, you have to park at Jurupa Park on Jurupa/Sierra. The trail has steep elevations and is pretty unkept but the view is worth it.

Its a boring hot trail. That is until you decide to to cross the valley from west to east. Uncertain of how long it may take to reach the peak from lack of a good vantage point. Completing it is satisfying.