Skyline Drive is a 11.4 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Corona, California that features a cave 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 hike and beautiful scenery. At start just have to be careful some people don't pick up after there dogs other than that great...xoxo
This one really kicked my butt. Hiked all the way to the Doppler ball -- it is worth it! But all the switchbacks make this hike kind of repetitive.
There are also more difficult side trails for the adventurers. I love this trail, it has beautiful views.
It's a great hike, there a different paths that you can take. One is a path that stays low but goes between the hills, the rope path that used to be there is gone. There is a trail that brings you to a doppler tower, but that trail branches off into several different ones that can either get you to the top quicker or bring you a different way. It doesn't matter which path you take unless you are trying to specifically get to the doppler tower, just remain on the main trail and don't take the small side trails.
Just happened upon this trail, and the kids and I loved it! I'll only give it 4 stars for now because we didn't hike too much of it, only about 3 miles, but it was great. Not too rough but not super easy either. And the scenery all around is beautiful! Definitely going back soon!
You can see the ocean from the top on a clear day!
A moderate trail. Did some exploring past a mine shaft as well following along a creek. It was challenging at some stages. But fun overall.
Will be completing this trail often.
Best workout around to get your heart pumping if you go up the hill. If you just want to explore with the kids really cool trails through the mountain path.
Amazing hike if you like the challenge of hills! This was one of the only hikes that got me sweating so much! And my dog enjoyed it as well. Go early as to avoid the sun, there's no shaded areas. Easy to get to, plenty of parking. Once you go around the loop make a left to the steep incline and it keeps climbing from there. I only got to 2 miles up before I decided it's time to come back down, but the view was beautiful!
Went up all the way to the big round ball. Took about 2.5 hours to get to the top.
Since the housing development surrounding Skyline has occurred I see most if not all mountain bikers using this area as a workout rather than mountain biking down trails. After 20-30 minutes of riding up the fire road (depending on your pace) you'll start to see single track off the right hand side of the road. These trails offer some steep technical sections and other than the lack of trail maintenance offer some of the best single track around. It's a shame this map doesn't even point this out. There's two single track trails from the mid way point up the fire road and two to three if you ride all the way to the top. If you go down any of these single track trails you're now on advanced trails and should be wearing pads.
Good hike, even saw a family with small kids hiking too. Spectacular view. Would make this a regular go to spot. And it's in our backyard city of Corona!
Great hills and views . Some of the best running I have done is a long time
Not a good hike during summer, however, pleasant during winter. Its all uphill.