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    Rhonda Stewart added want to do

    14 days ago

    Rhonda Stewart reviewed Rice Canyon Trail

    18 days ago

    Rhonda Stewart completed Rice Canyon Trail

    18 days ago

    Rhonda Stewart completed Andreas Canyon

    22 days ago

    Rhonda Stewart completed Etiwanda Falls Trail

    22 days ago

    Rhonda Stewart completed Hidden Valley Road

    22 days ago

    Rhonda Stewart completed Coyote Trail

    22 days ago

    Rhonda Stewart completed Los Santos Trail

    22 days ago

    Rhonda Stewart completed Lomas Trail

    22 days ago

    Rhonda Stewart completed Granite Loop Trail

    22 days ago

    Rhonda Stewart completed Sylvan Meadows

    22 days ago

    Rhonda Stewart completed Adobe Loop Trail

    22 days ago

    Rhonda Stewart completed Fishermans Camp Trail

    22 days ago

    Rhonda Stewart completed Walker Canyon Trail

    22 days ago

    Rhonda Stewart completed Terri Peak Loop Trail

    22 days ago

    Rhonda Stewart completed Morgan Trail

    22 days ago

    Rhonda Stewart reviewed Cedar Glen Camp

    23 days ago

    This campground is the best started from the icehouse Canyon trailhead in Mount Baldy California. It is 3 miles exactly and 1348 elevation that’s one way. This trip info is recorded on May 27 and 28 2018 .Hiking along a rapid flowing river creek is an easy trail with lots of boulders and rocks and steps of rocks and mud puddles and tiny little streams to crossover, navigating can be challenging for those carrying heavier loads or handicap. Once we reached the sign to turn on Chapman trail towards Cedar Glen it was sweet switchbacks all the way up to about a quarter-mile before we got to the actual camp spot, there was a clean stream of creek water good enough for filtering and water source.
    The campground was wonderful plenty of spots for backpackers plenty of trees to hang hammocks, plenty of shade, plenty of rocks to sit on. Trees and branches to hang food bags. During our stay there were very few if not any critters around , we saw no bear scat or other animals scat. There were no rattlesnakes and no insects except for a few bees buzzing around and a few bumblebees. This is a perfect place to hike if you want to try out backpacking. There are other trails nearby to challenge you also you can hike further the long way up ice house Canyon trail over to the Chapman Trail and the saddle Trail
    And there are several peaks for you as well. I would recommend this trail for day hiking and backpacking especially for beginners.

    Rhonda Stewart saved Cedar Glen Camp

    23 days ago

    Rhonda Stewart reviewed Lake Elsinore Levee Walk

    24 days ago

    This is not a hiking trail !
    This is a beautiful walking trail that rises above lake Elsinore. Running and bicycling with kids and strollers friendly.
    Any one can do this trail. It has mile markers and portable toilets along the jetty . It is a dirt path with almost no hills or incline. There is a natural wildlife habitat on both sides of the path. IncludingHundreds of rabbits , lizards and only a few snakes. You can walk right up to the waters edge. On most days you will see about 100 people throughout the whole day Sun up to sundown ,if not more including the ladies of “leave no woman behind “ active Community Facebook group. If You never walk or hike before this is a great place to start.

    Rhonda Stewart reviewed Cave Trail

    24 days ago

    Bad trail not a loop

    Rhonda Stewart completed Cave Trail

    24 days ago

    Rhonda Stewart completed Cedar Glen Camp

    24 days ago

    Rhonda Stewart reviewed Ernie Maxwell Scenic Trail

    about 1 month ago

    I did this hike on Mother’s Day w my husband and my daughter.
    We start from the lower trailhead
    Where little parking is available.
    We started at 7am and walked the easy trail to the other end of the trailhead At Humber Park. We took our time at took lots of pictures during our hike. We could see suicide rock and taquitz peak
    From the path at times but it was very cloudy & cooler temps today .
    The details say it’s 5 miles but it’s longer and not too much incline.
    At the turn around point ( the other trail head) we enjoyed the small creek w waters flowing. So I prefer the return to the car back mostly downhill. I recommend this for family friendly.

    Rhonda Stewart completed Ernie Maxwell Scenic Trail

    about 1 month ago