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trail locations for Corona, California

Great hills and views . Some of the best running I have done is a long time

5 days ago

Not a good hike during summer, however, pleasant during winter. Its all uphill.

the graffiti/art is interesting and a unique background. the hike itself is really short and easy. the waterfall is gross. so much trash and broken glass down there. really ruins the scenery. who wants to sit and chill in an area covered in trash and glass. i was not impressed. "pack it in, pack it out"!

Not much to look at on the way to the falls. Don't recommend taking a bike with the narrow trails. If you do go I recommend the top of the falls over the bottom. The bottom is dirty with trash from food wrappers to even a baby diapers a d the water pond at the bottoms smalls.

17 days ago

Fun hike with a few geocaches along the way.

Cool spot. Slippery at times, so certain tennis shoes might not cut it, but a lot of fun none the less!

I've done the trail all the way up to the Doppler Ball. Today we've done the lower part of Skyline. I really enjoyed it and the weather was perfect.

The drive to the parking lot is a long drive on a dirt/gravel road but once there it's a beautiful hike!

Now that the waterfall is gone, it isn't the same as before. People leave much more of their trash there. It just feels dirty now.

1 month ago

Parked on Lincoln right before the road curves to head way uphill, trails on your left in between wooden fence & house with the long driveway. Took my 2 year old, pretty easy hike, bit rocky. Take a trash bag if you're into picking up trash because there's a ton here.

1 month ago

Awesome view along the way and a gradual incline.

1 month ago

awesome trail. goes forever!
can't wait to do it again.


2 months ago

Pretty hike. The single track has lose shale so I would recommend hiking boots or trail runners with aggressive soles. It was quite warm (August 2016) but the fire road at the start provides some shade. Great view at the peak. If you expect to drive on the fire road (past the Y of blue jay and main divide, which is where we parked), four wheel drive is required. I would do again! Enjoy!