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To DO Map
4 hours ago

Closed due to Federal shutdown. FYI.

1 day ago

It is a short distance hike. There was plenty of water but due to recent rain, the water was muddy and dark brown. Sad to see the graffiti.

Great hike, we unfortunately did not get to see any of the bighorn sheep. There was water in the river and great weather, all around good hike and the kids loved it.

Beautiful trail with snow in the winter. Not a person in sight.

Love it very much. It’s everything you love about hiking.

Nice little trail down to a creek and a few small waterfalls. Just to the right of the median you can enter the trail. It looks pretty rocky, but the trail becomes clear pretty quickly.

8 days ago

9 days ago

Beautiful hiking place

not a maintained trail, no markers in place. I recommend doing this trail on a cool day

awesome hike! there was water in the river and we saw 2 rams. beautiful palm trees at the end!

Awesome! We saw 2 rams and lots 9f water flowing.

Not the greatest for outdoors feel. You can hear the freeway and nearby cars passing by and not really anything to look forward to at the end.

14 days ago

Beautiful, lots of amazing and wonderful views!

nature trips
15 days ago

I’ve been hiking this area for over 40 years. It was a once spectacular area. Do to the insane amount of GRAFFITI it has ruin the natural state of this area. Also the trash left behind by others. Myself and my hiker buddies remove trash as we hike, please do so. Also if you see TAGGERS report them. Get their car license numbers. A few years back the area was painted over to try to cover the GRAFFITI but these cockroaches have come back and made it worse than ever. Even the great John Muir was disgusted by GRAFFITI back decades ago. If enough of us complain to the authorities they will monitor the area.

Nice varied trail with a little climbing over rocks and lots of optional detours that lead down to the river. Partially tree covered and especially nice if there has been recent rain to green up the vegetation.

We did two river crossings! Probably went he wrong way but it was a blast. Doable for all levels and a lovely Sunday afternoon stroll through nature.

Great family friendly hike. In December the temps are great. We packed a lunch and spent the afternoon exploring. We came across a jack rabbit, hawk, and a pair of hummingbirds.

Absolutely beautiful hidden gem with multiple stream crossings! Shady, riparian environment.

This turned out to be a pretty cool hike. When you park on the huge landing up top, you will just go to the right of the guard rail and start your journey down. After about 100 yards down you’ll come into some bushes and it will look like a narrow squeeze, once you pass those the for about 50 feet the rest of the trail is pretty well groomed.

Overall you go down for the most part, until you end up at the strewn. Once at the stream there’s plenty of room for exploring just make sure to watch your step as it is slippery.

Plan for going all uphill on the way back and if a hot day bring lots of water! Also there are not many people on the trail, so let someone know where you are going beforehand.

I took my mountain bike on this and it was a fun little trail loved every minute

Easy Hike, Beautiful Views!!!

27 days ago

One of my favorite trails in the area - lots of shade on a warm day, beautiful Fall colors this week! we added the loop at the far end, starting just after the wrecked car, for a total of 5.8 miles.

Very easy trail but with one pretty big and moderately steep hill. I hiked the whole thing with my 25lb kid in a backpack carrier and had no problems with the trail. One of the people I was hiking with did the whole thing pushing a stroller with a baby in it—not recommended but definitely doable. There were a few other people there hiking with kids, and my dog loved it too.

We started from the Fisherman Camp parking lot. There are only room for 4 or 5 cars. We hiked the Tenaja trail all the way to the Tenaja Falls. There are water in the steams but not at the Fall. One way distance is 4.5 miles. Round trip is 9 miles. It was a beautiful hike. We took the lower trail up and the Upper trail back.

1 month ago

This was a wonderful hike with some amazing views at the end. You can park on the side of the road, there is enough space for about 5+ cars depending on how close the cars park.

The hike starts off fairly flat, then just goes up at a consistent rate to the top. The trail is easy to follow and well maintained.

Will definitely come back and do this hike again.

mountain biking
1 month ago

Easy Trail with a nice stream nearby to cool down with (after it rained)

Good stuff

1 month ago

Great little hike. The initial drop into the canyon is on some loose rock but nothing crazy. I went after a rain and there was a good amount of water in the canyon. The hike back out gets the lungs going a bit, but it's short.

1 month ago

Awesome trail to walk my dog! Don't see allot of ppl. Really enjoy this trail

1 month ago

Peaceful walk and beautiful scenery. The trail is blocked off towards the end of the trail right now it seems. It is also easy to lose the trail if you're not paying complete attention. But overall it is a lovely way to spend some hours.

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