Dunham Loop Trail is a 1.5 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Murrieta, California that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and mountain biking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Good and fairly quick morning warm up especially if you pedal up starting at Murrieta hot springs Rd. Good work out up hill. Beautiful views of Temecula and Murrieta Valley. Worth the 1 hour round about it takes. Good local spot.
I live in the neighborhood. Easy trail to get up and down several times after work. Views of Temecula Valley from high vantage point. Nice to have in backyard, but certainly not worth traveling to. Go to Santa Rosa if you want to hike in Temecula Valley area.
Short, easy trail with good 360 degree view from top of hill of surrounding city and mountains.
Horrible. Rocky. Ugly. Don't bother.
I went looking for this trail, but I ended up in the canyon about half a mile to the west from this trail. that turned out to be an amazing single track that looped back and forth on one side of the canyon until you get to the bottom, then it loops back up the opposite side of the canyon. total, I think it ran about 4 miles. very fun and technical since in some areas, there was big rocks that you can barely fit through. not a lot if climbing either. great trail! I think next time I go, I'll try to add it to this app.
tons of home made trails, you can't tell where to start and end. if you live near, worth a try. don't drive to far, it's not worth it.
Found the trail. It was my first time mountain biking. This was a great starter trail minor technical stuff but great for my 4300 trek 26er. Some loose dirt you can slip out on. The back of it is burnt out. All around good trail. 4 stars
Okay I found the trail and changed the location on the All Trails App. It's at the end of the Central Park Drive cul-de-sac. You'll see it a small service road with a gate. Walk up the service road and you'll see a brick wall. The entrance to the trail is directly behind that little brickwall. I must warn you this is more of a mountain biking trail than a hiking trail I took my dog, we were out in the sun the entire time, And got passed by four mountain bikers. It was not a pretty scenic Trail at all. You're looking at the tops of subdivisions and houses and water towers. Nothing pretty about this one, and bring your bike not your dog!
DON'T GO. I FOLLOWED THE DIRECTIONS FROM GOOGLE MAPS THROUGH THE ALLTRAILS APP AND IT LED ME IN THE MIDDLE OF THE SUBDIVISION?? I COULDN'T FIND ANY TRAILS??
Multiple trails to choose from moderate to technical. Approximately 25 mountain bikers per day