Thompson Creek Trail is a 2.2 mile point-to-point trail located near Claremont, CA. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking, walking, and trail running. 2.2 miles 0 feet Point to Point hiking trail running walking Hide Map Expand Map Sign up now to see this map! Reviews (13)Photos (4)Recordings (23)Alyssa Santamaria23 days agotrail runningI really like going here when I want a quick run. And there are water stops along the way which helps when you don't want to carry anything extra.Lorena d.2 months agowalkingThis is more of a walk not a hike. its easy and pleasant. There is a nice park along the way.Emilia c.4 months agohikingVery nice just be sure to pay when you leave the parking lot,or you day will be $75.Michelle Weldon5 months agoRACHEL M5 months agoAna M.5 months agohikingAwesomeDebra Winter6 months agoYou can often see the wild life if you walk earlySharon Monnich6 months agohikingIt was very strenuous for someone who isn't in excellent shape. We did the stair incline and it was not easy, but once you go to the top is was amazing. I would do it againVanessa Pascual9 months agowalkingIntense inclined but overall a great hike/workoutDarryl Campbell1 year agoFair my plan B trail because Claremont was closed due to fire hazard.Leanne Coon1 year agowalkingThis trail is a nice combination of flat and slightly elevated. If you start at the trailhead off of Towne Ave., the last 1/2 mile is up hill and there is no shade. This trail is not 2.6 miles as this app says, it is 2 miles one way and 4 miles round trip. This trail is not lit at night, I found that out the hard way starting my walk too late in the day.Ricky Cortez2 years agohikingIt's closedSarah Castillo3 years agoI just ran this trail today! It is beautiful. I got there about 9:30 am on a Monday. It was busy but not too busy where it felt over crowded. The smell is fresh and woodsy. They have water faucets and a restroom. The path is cement and pretty flat. I loved it. People were very friendly and said hello as I ran. You can take dogs on a leash. They have poop bags along the way for you to clean up messes. You do have to pay to park or park in the residential area near the fire station for free.