Hours: sunrise to sunset

Maybe I’m spoiled from NorCal hiking, or maybe it was the 95degree heat, the trash, smog, or the homeless people living all over the mountain, but I just could not enjoy this hike very much. Suppose it’s good if you want a quick workout and are not expecting much, the views on the last descent were nice.

Biked and hiked here. It is easy, beautiful, and quick.

hiking
3 months ago

Not to bad of a trail. Did it with my 4 year old son. We started on the west entrance to Bonnie cove trail. Good incline on some spots and also narrow. Wouldn't recommend strollers. You are next to the freeway so consider that as well for noise and scenic stuff.

hiking
4 months ago

nice little park that has two separate dog parks, one for big the other for little dogs like mine behind that are the hills with numerous trails to explore, pretty steep going up but they are short and you are rewarded with killer views on a clear day.

Love this trail!!!

Found this trails while taking my dog to the dog park near the trailhead. It has multiple trails you can explore, it over views the Azusa mountains and the near by mountains, the City of Glendora. My dogs love coming here and I love taking them.

hiking
7 months ago

Not stroller friendly. ...really steep and narrow on the west trail .. took the fire road up and west hill down. A lot of traffic and kind of sketchy. Not with kids

ugly place to hike to much dry bush.

Are you a dog lover? Do you enjoy scenic views? Interested in historic landmarks?

This trail has it all.

Although the hike itself is much like many other trails in the area. It does offer quiet a few things at the starting point. Which I have to say earned much appraisal.

You'll definitely get wonderful views of the Azusa mountains and surrounding skyline.

It starts at South Hills park, which includes parking, bathrooms, playground for your little screamers and a dog park for your furry friends. The park itself is well maintained.

Also at the start, there is a piece of history dating roughly around the 1800s, stands the Hamilton House. A farm like residence with orchards.

I went with my dog and felt rewarded at the end. There is a lot of ground squirrels. A few things that were unpleasant was the numerous nettles and bugs near the area. Bug spray is a must!

hiking
10 months ago

It felt more of a moderate hike, not hard at all. Love that it has several trails to choose from. Will definitely visit often.

hiking
Friday, June 02, 2017

The trails were pretty confusing because we didn't see the entrance on the left or right, we just went straight up the concrete path. Got lost halfway, took a lot of detours up to signal and water towers. Parking is free and it's not too crowded. The hike is right by the freeway; so not great for pictures/scenery. Recommend if you live within 20 minutes of it; other than that it's not worth the drive out.

hiking
Saturday, May 13, 2017

Very nice trail ! Nice view from the top you can see L.A. ! in one of the pics ! I'm looking for a group to enjoy hiking! Please contact me ! Thanks!

Monday, May 08, 2017

Been here a couple of times and I've always been pleased with my hike! Close to home is always a plus.

hiking
Thursday, March 30, 2017

Challenging trail. Well maintained.

Saturday, January 21, 2017

Hiked up there 1-21. Lots of mud. I have never seen water up there until today. Nice little stream down south hills trail to the single track. This is a nice workout when you don't have time for a long hike. Right now it's wet but green and pretty so it's a good time to hike it.

Thursday, December 29, 2016

This is great for a beginner like me. The right side is steeper than the left.

hiking
Friday, October 21, 2016

Really good hill, gonna burn your biscuits on the east side hill. You can connect to several trails once you get to the top. Trailhead is at the end of Bonnie Cove north of Gladstone. Park under freeway bridge or go past the gate and there is a maintained lot.

hiking
Friday, October 21, 2016

Great workout, several trail heads at the dog park that reads at Mauna Loa east of Glendora Ave. From easy to difficult. Favorite loop to do start at trail head just behind dog park pens take a right up to Wild Iris trail make another right onto Walnut trail which will take you to the fire road, go left and it'll loop back to the top of Wild Iris or you can press onto the other trails like Mustard or Toyon. All loop back to dog park.

hiking
Tuesday, October 18, 2016

The place to run and Hike is perfect, but can I just can't deal with owners who let their dogs with a leash, what's scary is that they bring 2 or 3 big dogs like pit bulls WITHOUT A LEASH!!!!! I have a knife, Im not taking chances, I come 3 times a week and I come with kids.

If I have to kill a dog to save my sons life so be it, when it all can be prevented by the owners having THEIR DOGS ON A LEASH.

hiking
Monday, August 01, 2016

Pretty nice short hike/walk. Not a lot of people. Has a few little other trails in between. Dry. Great views.

hiking
Saturday, May 28, 2016

It can be a steep climb and a bit dry, but the view from the top is pretty nice!

hiking
Saturday, April 09, 2016

I enjoy coming here weekly. It's close and has great vistas of the San Gabriel Valley and Mountains. The wildflowers are in bloom now and the sunsets are beautiful.

Thursday, April 07, 2016

nice hike to do when you have little time

Friday, April 01, 2016

good casual trail hiking. some wide trails and then narrow into some shaded Canyon areas with some nice views of both sides of Glendora.

Tuesday, March 01, 2016

I did the small loop not much shade but a nice trail none the less. Went up the west side and down the east, the east side of the trail seems to have shade than the west in the AM. I will definitely be coming back to explore more of the trails that feed into this one.

walking
Tuesday, December 01, 2015

This is a great quick hike or walk when your alone or with friends it's easy to hike all over the mountain

hiking
Thursday, April 16, 2015

Great little corse, at only 2 miles it's not a daunting hike but it dose come with some Challenges the paved road is a nice steep clime that gets your heart going. Plenty of parking available three paths to choose from signs read mountain lions been spotted in the area . A nursery hidden off to the right of the middle of the trail. Fun enjoy great for quick work out day or when in need of quick cardio and great leg workout.

hiking
Monday, January 20, 2014

Every time I go to Azusa-CA (South East of LA) I drive on the Glendora MT. Road. I love driving there because the roads are nice and breath taking (if you are driving fast). Besides that you can do lots of fun things like picnickers,hikes, skying (Mt. Baldy), etc.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_San_Antonio. By visiting this page you can check the many hikes you can go there. I lived closed to the Glendora Mt. Road so I loved my adventures there, hiking or driving.

hiking
Sunday, September 08, 2013

This trail is actually a well improved dirt road that is useable by bicycles and horses as well. It is good for a moderate workout and has some good views of the city below. Not particularly challenging but great for a family outing and kid friendly. No services so bring water. Many cacti in the slopes of the hills.

hiking
Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Short Little hike! Cool for families with small kids..

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