Hacienda Hills Ahwinga, Native Oak Loop Trail is a 4.7 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Whittier, CA that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
This was an awesome trail! Starts out with some decent climbing in elevation then opens up once you crest the peak. The power towers are so majestic up close, and the water tower is a fun trip!
Lots of hills to climb. Keep a lookout for snakes. A lot of people use this trail and it's we'll defined. Many routes to choose from. Coyote trail offers a lot of shade and so does Oak Canyon. The water tower trail has the hardest hills.
I love this hike! I came down the Coyote trail.
I tried to do a loop and end up on Orange Grove but there is a fence now. It looks new. There are signs warning you though but overall a nice hike
a good views good workout a gets u tried.
wheel chair access well kept trail but would prefer more shade
It was pretty neat had to jump the fence though. But very quiet and serene.
Nice steep trail so you get a good workout, but the payoff is views in all directions. Betting on a clear day you might see the ocean. Downtown LA was beautiful in the distance. Lots of mountain bikes though, so have to be careful. Took our kids and they enjoyed it also.
This place needs some signage! Otherwise, I enjoyed the hike. I ended up doing some of the trails twice to complete a double figure eight type loop. If you start on the ahwingna trail it is really easy to miss the native oak trail split, as its almost behind you as you walk by where it intersects. If you catch that trail then you can do a kind of double figure eight to see most of this section of the Puente Hills. The views are surprisingly good and you can see the ocean on a clear day. Nice hike hidden in the middle of suburbia, 5.4 out of 10.
Hidden gem with connecting trails. Very crowded. Recommend doing early or late afternoon. Bicylists are not mindful of hikers so be weary.
I love these trails there are so many. They got me to really start enjoying hiking. You have your saturday or sunday morning hike going up thru 7th st trail and then also your after work trail coming from Turnbo Cyn / Beverly both leading to the victory "Water Tower". It awsome cant wait to experience other trails.
This is a great trail to go for a quick trail run or a relaxing hike through the canyon. Dogs are not allowed on this side of the ridge and there are also a lot less people. By going up the ridge you can connect to the Hellman loop for a round trip of 6.5 miles. You can also branch off and go to the water tower or rattlesnake ridge. Its not the most amazing hike you will go on but being so close its a great place to go after work.