Potato Mountain Wilderness Trail is a 4.6 mile moderately trafficked out and back 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 year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Great day for a midday hike before rain comes this wknd :)
the weather was perfect
The worst hike I have ever been in 7 years.
Not worth it!
No trees, no great views, and because of the dirty small water on the top there are mosquitoes even in winter!
Good and quick workout. Starmaster towards the end of the trail. I didn't see the concrete with 'potato'.. hmmm..
But I'm def coming back!
Great short day hike if your looking for something easy with a nice view.
The all the local trails I grew up on this one is the most memorable and challenging. Look for groups on meet up!
Loved this hike! The last leg as steep but a great challenge. Nice wide trail and well maintained, no graffiti, lots of dogs...REMEMBER TO PICK UP YOUR DOGS POOP. I seen a couple 10ish year old kids who rocked it but no babies in carriers, the trail is wide and for the most part smooth enough for a jogging stroller with bicycle tires but it is very steep at the end and could add a whole new aspect to the workout. If you did take a stroller I would suggest staying on the main trail and not go all the way to potato mt.
Got chased by bees. 10/10 would get chased again.