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Best Trails in Chino Hills

Winter Creek Santa Anita Canyon Hoegee's Campground Loop

Sierra Madre, CA

Winter Creek Santa Anita Canyon Hoegee's Campground Loop is a 4.7 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Sierra Madre, CA that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from January until September. Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail.

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  • Best Mountain Biking

  • Best Trail Running

Recent Reviews

on Eucalyptus Loop
21 days ago

1 Completed1 Reviews

on Hills For Everyone Trail
26 days ago

canoeing
1 Completed1 Reviews

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on Eucalyptus Loop
1 month ago

walking
1 Completed2 Reviews

Nice day. A lot of people were out this morning.

on Eucalyptus Loop
1 month ago

walking
1 Completed2 Reviews

on Telegraph Canyon Road Tra...
1 month ago

hiking
1 Completed1 Reviews

One of my favorite trails! In the spring time after everything rains it's so green and there are birds singing and overall just very peaceful! It's a pretty moderate hike, I'd be careful with dogs though cause I've seen snakes on multiple occasions. Very good if you want a good leg workout!

on Eucalyptus Loop
2 months ago

walking
1 Completed1 Reviews

Fairly easy trail. It is about 2 1/2 miles. First mile is the steepest. Wide trail and great for dogs.

on Eucalyptus Loop
2 months ago

6 Completed3 Reviews

It is about 3.5 miles. The first mile is mostly up hill. Scenery ranges from baseball fields to the whole Inland Empire to a wooded area, behind a residential neighborhood, then through horse stables. Path is wide and well kept. It is one of my favorites!

on Walnut Creek Trail
2 months ago

6 Completed3 Reviews

Only got a short way into the trail. The trail is somewhat overgrown and the ground covered in weeds. What we saw was pretty, but we were too concerned about snakes.

on Hills For Everyone Trail
4 months ago

2 Completed1 Reviews

Beautiful trial but not really safe for dogs. There's tons of fox tails in the paths but you can walk along the road to keep your furry friend safe. I pulled at least 5 fix tails out of my dogs legs. Saw a snake in the road too so caution is recommended but it really is a beautiful and nice long walk! Lots of people and safe areas to park your car.

on Walnut Creek Trail
4 months ago

1 Completed1 Reviews

This was not a trail I ended up going back because I couldn't go any further

on Bane Canyon Loop Trail
4 months ago

18 Completed1 Reviews

on Hills For Everyone Trail
5 months ago

hiking
3 Completed3 Reviews

We loved it!

on Hills For Everyone Trail
5 months ago

hiking
3 Completed3 Reviews

It's a beautiful hike it's very long and up hill and a great work out. At the very peek you can see Yorba Linda and a great panoramic view

on Bane Canyon Loop Trail
5 months ago

hiking
6 Completed7 Reviews

This trail is very easy however there isn't a lot of shaded area. Pet friendly and the trail is very clean.Wildlife all around especially coyotes. Watch out for Mountain bikers. Overall awesome Trail.

on Bane Canyon Loop Trail
6 months ago

trail running
2 Completed2 Reviews

on Hills For Everyone Trail
6 months ago

cross country skiing
2 Completed1 Reviews

on Eucalyptus Loop
6 months ago

2 Completed2 Reviews

Loop. Hilly. Takes maybe an hour walking. Sights: city, distant hills and mountains, horse property, and trees. Recommend spring time for beautiful green view.

on Bane Canyon Loop Trail
6 months ago

trail running
12 Completed13 Reviews

on Hills For Everyone Trail
6 months ago

hiking
1 Completed1 Reviews

I love Chino Hills SP. Its close to civilization but once you are in there it feels like you are far away. It isn't like the other big state parks, mostly grass with oak trees dotting the landscape. At first it seems like there isn't much wildlife out there,but if you look closely you'll see deer, owls, coyotes, hawks etc. Great place to hike and bike.

on Scully Ridge Trail
8 months ago

1 Completed1 Reviews

easy enough trail for mtb-ing makes for a fun little warm up before taking the much harder coal canyon fire trail to the right.
fyi,for those who cant find the trail or have posted their ride on the golf course side of the 91 you're on the wrong side. if your at the green river bike trail go west go under freeway left at coal canyon, go through gate and follow trail. if you take the fire road you are on the wrong trail.