Claremont Hills Wilderness Trail is a 4.9 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Claremont, California that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from March until October. Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail.
High traffic with people, pets, and bicyclers. Fine gravel, small rocks and minimal bolders. Regular tennis shoes just fine. Nice views. Must pay for parking.
Lots of deer. Nice views of the city and mountains.
I did this trail a few years ago and loved it. There were a lot of people on the trail but it's not really an issue to me. I'm looking to do this trail in the very near future again and hope i'm in better shape than last time : )
Great 5 mile walk. Some nice climbs and elongates switch backs to make the hills interesting.
Intense love it
Perfect for families
Decent uphill climb to the top but way too many people for my tastes. Young women talking on cell phones, young men playing music while walking. Did see a couple of deer near the entrance. That was the highlight. Will not walk this trail again.
great. I've gone two days in a row and the hike up of 2.5 miles on one side is hard but doable. the other 2.5 miles are mostly downhill.
nice, relatively flat and easy trail, not a whole lot of shade. Two parking lots, one at the trail head, and an overflow like a block away. 3 bucks to park for 4 hours (took me 2 hours to complete trail with a couple short stops)
nice recreational hiking. quite a few different trails you can take, the basic loop isn't difficult at all, very highly trafficked so you don't feel quite as "in nature" . pretty nice views, I'd say it's a great beginner and recreational hike. nice trail for jogging if u wanna practice hills. I'd say it's more of a scenic walk than a hike