Two Tree's Trail is a 2.6 mile out and back trail located near Riverside, California that offers scenic views. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking and trail running.
The trail is mainly incline,but nothing unmanageable! It has some really nice scenic spots if the weather is good. The people you run into are friendly and the hike is dog friendly. Definitely a good workout for the legs!
This trail is by no means "easy": it is a continuous climb of 970 feet over 1.3 miles. It offers spectacular views of Riverside straight across to Mt Rubidoux, a small spring and grove of trees, and links up with multiple other hilltop trails at the top. Local wildlife is apparently common, although I encountered only the bray of a wild donkey. It Is a good workout: nice, steady climb.
Great little trail. For those just starting your fitness journey this trail is challenging but fun and scenic. We saw a variety of wildlife, a small waterfall, and a beautiful view of Riverside.
We saw a coyote and a fox, today. There's also a mini waterfall, exquisite. Beautiful hike, great workout!!!!
Hiked this with my dog today and got a good workout in. Saw a coyote up close on the trail so be careful if you have small children or your dogs!
Nice, easy trail to hike, my 6 year old son was able to do it. View is amazing
This trail has an ascend straight up with few level offs for a break in the hike. Great for a strenuous workout hike
I ended up hiking a very local mountain over the weekend. I have been hearing that it was an interesting trail but I haven't had the chance to explore until now.
Read about it in my blog...
This is a great hike full of wildlife. we came upon a coyote, rabbits,beetles and alot of lizards. this is defiantly not an east hike its a more challenging one. on the top of box springs it rates it as difficult. would do again. loved it!
Walk this almost everyday day. Not a lot of foot traffic. Great wildlife and you can choose different paths. Two shady glades to stop in.
Great trail! The hike was up hill all the way to the top. I wouldn't recommend going on a hot day,definitely bring water. Also,watch out for rattlesnakes!
It's the wrong season to do this hike. Very little shade. Thank goodness for the slight breeze. Try again in winter.
Nice trails lots of lizards stay for sunset it's beautiful