Oakmont and Oakridge Trail is a 2.2 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Redlands, California that offers scenic views. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking, walking, and horses. Horses are also able to use this trail.
One of the trails in Redlands. Open all year to all skill level. This is a mountain trail at Live Oak Canyon.
I've done this trail several times last year when it was all dried up. It's a much better site with all the greenery. Definitely an easy trail you could do with the kiddos.
beautifully green right now!
Beautiful hike/walk. It's fairly flat with easy terrain to navigate for novice hikers. This hike was a little slick at the top of the hill before the three-way Y but if you take a boot with a little bite in the tread it is not bad
This hike was beautiful this time of year (Jan) very green and beautiful views of snowcapped mountains and Rollinghills out towards Moreno Valley
As I parked a police officer showed up because the car next to us was broken into, besides that the trail was amazing! Beautiful views, great uphill workout.
Beautiful panoramic view of the valley. I went when it was still dry season in September, but I definitely want to go back after the rainfall to see it lush and green.
Was very hard to follow trail markers. They were very confusing. Extremely easy to get lost- my cousin and I went this morning and got lost for about 45 minutes. No clear markings on which direction to continue on after a certain point. Actual trail is easy to follow for awhile, but it is not so clear after while.
nice route.. stay on the dirty path
Very easy trail. Not crowded. Good place to run or take your dogs...
Narrow trails but great scenery.