Explore the best trails near Corona with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
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Noemi E. on Graffiti Waterfall
it was awful, it stunk and very short walk. cool to see all the graffiti but that's all. waste of time.
This is a great Hike for Beginner's and Waterfall enthusiats. Use Google maps to get to this location. It will lead you to a residential block and you'll be like where the F am I, lol. There will be a Moron picketed fence on the left of the North side. Walk on the right side behind the house. This will lead you to the Trail itself.
This is less than 2 miles but worth the visit. Definitely wear shoes with good traction. Especially because I recommend you climb up before you walk down to the Waterfall. You will have some great views of the Falls if you go up first and good photo options. Then just walk back down to the Waterfall.
Enjoy this location. There is a lot of trash so maybe if you're in a group bring some trash bags to help clean it up. I wish people wouldn't trash our Outdoors.
The Hike is less than two miles. i
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.
Off the 91, head north on Green River Rd and park just past the golf course entrance. There is a water fountain there to fill up your bottles. From there, walk down the incline to the start of the new bike path (through the gate) which runs parallel to the Santa Ana River. Ignore the first underpass (private road entrance) and continue walking for about 15-20 minutes. After a short incline and bend, you will come to an information kiosk on the right with the underpass leading to the trails to the left.
Because of the complete absence of signage and construction activity it is easy to get confused and not even find the trailhead.
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!
Abdul R. on Skyline Drive
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.