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Fantastic trail with great views of the entire Inland Empire and the surrounding mountains. We hiked this one way with a car shuttle on one end. This made for a great outing with the kids. It was a perfect January day. Gorgeous.

2 days ago

Bridge is washed out and creek was high from the recent rain. We couldn’t make it to the MASH site and I didn’t see anyone attempt to wade. Pretty nice hike otherwise.

I enjoy my walks in this hiking trails n also beautiful view n so relaxing✨✨✨

Great trail for some cardio. Inclined were great and not too strenuous. We took a detour to Pumkin Rock and ended up with some great pictures. A perfect January day. I could not imagine doing this in the summer because there is no shade.

bridge out
3 days ago

The bridge east of Cage Creek Trail Jct. broke down due to the recent rain. The trail is currently not passable beyond that point, since the creek cannot be crossed.

I was skeptical about the trail due to the fact that it starts in a residential neighborhood but it’s a fantastic hike. Nice scenery, some really nice views. Last, not sure how a 11-12 mile hike qualifies as “easy”. This should be listed as moderate.

God forbid there happens to be a single drop of rain. They close the trail?!?! Seriously?

A lot of incline in my opinion. Great hike.

Such a great trail! It has a very slight incline all the way up, so it is perfect for everyone. Out & back it was just under 6 miles. There was a lot of people on the trail in the beginning, but once you walk about 2 miles you won’t see many hikers. Make sure you bring a camera, there are gorgeous views along the way. Parking is easy as well, you do not need to pay or have an adventure pass. Very dog friendly too.

13 days ago

Fantastic trail. Did it with snow coming down. Has a good view of the lake.

18 days ago

It's not much of a hike. It's just a walk around the lake. It's pretty and easy for any age group including toddlers and pets.

This hike is very hard the first mile because of how steep it is but it’s definitely worth it in the end!

20 days ago

easy trail to explore and walk your

20 days ago

Really perfect shorter hike with a massive payoff in spectacular views over the Los Angeles Crest and towards LA out to the ocean. The trail along the old Mount Lowe Railway route through the Mueller Tunnel is cool, and things just get better from there. From the water tower, I recommend starting with the righthand side of the loop, along the backside of Mount Lowe and finishing with the summit (it's also possible to pick up the East Summit Trail here for a shorter hike—look for a tiny, rusty metal sign on the left). You get a nice long warm-up walk with great views on easy, wide trails, before picking up the goat track to the summit at the junction of the West Summit, East Summit, and Mount Lowe Trail Camp trails. I took the East Summit Trail and it felt a bit precarious in sections, but was passable, and had a pretty comfortable grade and switchbacks except for a few steeper sections. I wouldn't recommend this trail within a few days of rain/snowfall, or for anyone with a fear of heights, small children, or dogs that aren't well trained. Proper trail shoes are definitely necessary. I saw a fair amount of rock fall, the trail up and down from the summit was very narrow in places with a steep drop off, and there are short stretches of talus. I was at the summit just before sunset and made it through the tunnel and back to the parking lot by last light. My tracking app picked up 6.8 miles covered.

Hiked all the way down . So hiking back up was the challenge. We had to do this to get the full experience rather than just doing the 2.7 miles. Overall it was a very good one. There are two toilets only and gross! so make sure you have unloaded before you start

Started 2019 off with this trail. The wind was crazy but it made for great views.

Very easy walk paths with a couple of tangents to the rocky beach. The lighthouse is only open to the public on the 2nd Saturday of the month, if you plan to visit inside. Great trail for dogs (on 6ft max leash) as there is a water fountain at the half way point

Easy trail for getting back into it. My dog loved it.

Great views of the LA basin throughout the trail. Fantastic hike at "golden hour" and the sunsets from Mt. Lowe summit are well worth it. Highly recommended!

Easy/mod. Beautiful views

23 days ago

Clear trail to follow. Pretty flat mellow hike. Some shade. Arrive early if you like less traffic on trail. Several mountain bikes and trail runners. First time here so I’m not sure how it was before the fires. This was still a very scenic hike and will only get better as the area recovers.
MASH set survived.

Beautiful views

23 days ago

This area was so much fun to hike! Although the recent fires have torched a lot of the greenery, there were lots of great spots for rock climbing and going off of the main trails, a nice river and cool rock formations. I’m a new hiker with an athletic background and this Trail was generally easy :) Lots it open space, I imagine it gets pretty hot during the summer. I got here around 8 am and left around 12 pm.

Omg!! The views!!! Amazing! Definitely doing this again. So many trails to choose from. Easy to hard. Love it!

25 days ago

Absolutely gorgeous hike. Fresh powder made it magical, and even though it got a little icy and muddy on the way down, it was doable. My dog loved it so much and frolicked in the fresh snow endlessly. Bring water and a snack, take your time and enjoy the views! If you get there earlier, you get to enjoy it pretty much alone. After 12pm you’re definitely not.

Love this hike. This trail takes you to Bertha Peak. Definitely worth doing if you are in the area.
the last half mile is the hardest with some tough elevation changes.

Just a little over 15 miles of trail take the right hiking gear with you. Lots of camping spots but you’ll need a permit. Pretty views and scenery.

Peace and beautiful in winter.

1 month ago

Don't really care for the lower part near Oak Mesa, but I don't mountain bike either. Upper portion near Marshall Canyon parking area is a big spider we of trails, but after enough visits, it's easy enough to figure out how to get back to where you parked. Definitely more crowded once you cross over to the Claremont side and into the Claremont Wilderness park. Most of the bikers here seem to be real good with their trail courtesy.

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