Hulda Crooks Jedi Trail is a 5.6 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Loma Linda, CA that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
Nice in late fall/winter, wouldn't dare in summer as it gets super hot and no shade anywhere.
The view isn't great and most of it is not shaded. The white sand reflects off and makes it feel much hotter than it is. Runners often do this route and they do have a dog park at the entrance.
Pretty stale surroundings. And there are too many ant farms on the trails; the big giant ants not the little ones you might see on your sidewalk. Only come here as a last alternative for a work out l.
Runners, it's runnable, a few choppy steps but I able to run up the closest tallest peak that's even after a leg workout at the gym the day prior. Previous remarks are pretty accurate, I was indeed lead to the start again without any signs, but more just cardinal direction.
Great little hike, multiple routes but they all lead back to the same starting point. Good balance of hills and flatlands make it great for hiking and trail running. Walking and bike paths intersect so watch out for collisions, especially if you wear headphones! I'm not sure if they belong to anyone, but I've seen herds of donkeys grazing around.
its a great walk with nice views of loma linda nd san bernardino...
There were a lot of trails to choose from that were all different levels of ease.
Absolutely loved it.
Too many people in the bikes I had to keep moving for them.. Very annoying but if you can get passed it nice hike
Hiked the Beaumont Ridge and came back through Scott Canyon. Large hills offer great endurance and stamina training as well as excellent city views. Saw a rattlesnake in Scott Canyon around 3pm so be careful in the afternoon.
This is a hilly trail and no shade. Views from the top of the hills are beautiful on a clear day. Did run across a snake sunning itself and was startled but it move on quickly.
Good for a winter hike. Would be too hot for me in the summer. Several trails available. You can choose hills/ridges or you can stay low in the canyons. Panoramic views from the hilltops. Not crowded.
Beside getting caught in the rain. ...awesome trail for cardio heads!!