Robber's Peak Loop Trail is a 4 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Orange, CA that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
This place isn't marked on the Santiago Oaks Regional Park, but you can get there through the trails there. It's a nice little peak, but nothing too amazing. I guess the appeal was having a story to go along with this peak.
Anyways, there's several trails to get up there, from the parking lot a nice loop is Santiago Creek Trail, to Mountain Goat Trail to Barham Ridge Trail, keep going up, past the utility lines. You'll have to exit the park, but a short ways to the peak. You can then continue west, go down, and re-enter the park. Take the Oaks trail and take the Santiago Creek Trail back to the parking lot. Trails are pretty well marked. Just be careful of bikers, they come speeding down those trails pretty fast.
Was pretty shot down when I first got there. No singletrack whatsoever. I kept pedaling down the Santiago creek trail and found "hawk" and "bumblebee". Singletrack and double track, both very fun downhill trails. Brought my downhill bike which was a pig to climb with, but I still had a blast. Definitely something for everyone out here.
Oi. Don't bother. It's more for horses than for hiking. Parking is $5-$7
Didnt see any maps at trailhead. Thought area was confusing for a first timer and required multiple trips to figure out the area. See review for Weir Canyon Wilderness Park.
Nice easy trail. Get a map at the entrance. There are many trails here, and they are well marked. It's in a regional park, almost secluded from major streets so it was kind of nice. Nice views of Santa Monica mountains and San Gabriel mountains. Good trails for bikers as well
I hiked this trail a few days ago. The trail was pretty well maintained and had a lot of signs to help you figure out where you were going. It is primarily a biking area so be careful of bikers going down the hills. It has a couple really great resting areas along the top of it to stop and take a breather or some pictures. There are some pretty views from the top at sunset but it's not necessarily somewhere I would recommend for those that are looking for great scenery during a hike.