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trail locations for Riverside, California
7 days ago

hiked January 16. looks like Scotland...so green. this is a strait up the hillside hike. elevation gain is 1000 feet in 1.3 miles. doable for those with determination and who are active. awesome views of snow covered mountains!

Nice hiking trails. You can go for miles & miles. Moderate. Not too hard of a hike.

8 days ago

8 days ago

Loved it. So beautiful. Not bad at all for First Timers...

mountain biking
9 days ago

Fun family friendly trail

on The Power House

9 days ago

I went during the summer of 2016 with my dog, it was a nice view only thing they need to add is water fountains just incase you run out of water from your bottles.. good hike

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!

13 days ago

This trail is a leisure trail to enjoy the scenery. I suggest you bring a bagged lunch and walk to the top of the Orange Grove. The view is amazing. If you sign up for the walking tour you'll get to being home a bag of mixed limes and oranges.

Norco Power House aka Peddly Power House

Google Maps takes you to the middle of a street by a Cemetary. Since we had no idea where to go we searched through the hills behind the cemetery, basically exploring and of course didn't find the Power House because we were essentially lost aka exploring, lol.

So, now how to actually locate it. Park at North Drive and Viceroy. On the left of this you will see a dirt alley way between the residential houses and a nursery. Walk down this path. Once you pass where the nursery ends stay on the dirt road and keep going straight or down the downward path. Once you start veering to the left the Power House will be right in front of you.

If you want to hike longer, do the Hills behind the cemetery or head up to Pumpkin Rock which is down the street.

Hope this review helps.