Bane Canyon Loop Trail is a 5.8 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Chino Hills, California that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
Great trails !! Did it today with my wife and kids one 4 hiked the whole way we powered through with a stroller the rest of the way. I would say it's not stroller friendly hahaha . We will be back for longer hike without the kids
Walked up the shared road and hiked one of trails with my 5 year old son. He loved it and didn't want to go home. The trail had no shade. However, we felt a nice breeze the entire time.
Lots of beautiful wildflowers along the ridge in March. Starts to get hot and crowded closer to the afternoon. Would definitely come here again.
Went to see wild flowers..wild flowers are about 1.5 miles from trailhead. off trails are extremely overgrown. Lots of thistle to walk through. The loop itself was fine. Did about 10 miles.
Only walked the first mile and half or so, didn't make it to the southern turn point. Grade was pretty flat after initial moderate incline. Stayed on the paved road. Unpaved side trails were closed due to recent rain. The upside was everything was unusually green. View was great from the road in a south facing draw. Would like to have made it to the ridge line for what was a spectacular sunset we had to watch from the highway on the way home. Will definitely head back when it's a little drier and hike the ridge and side trails. Have a feeling the photos won't be quite as beautiful without all the green from the rain but still a great trail.