Claremont Hills Wilderness Trail is a 4.9 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Claremont, California that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October. Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail.
Decent trail I've hiked it & also MTB, just go early cause the parking lot gets full fast.
I remember the days when you didnt have to pay for parking. 3$ to 5$ depends on the day. Two different lots to park in. The trail itself is pretty awesome. As soon as you enter you are faced with making the decision of Left or Right path. I was told Right is always Right. Which majority of the time is true EXCEPT on this trail. I really like to head up the steep desert like (Left) trail first. Its not shaded so I get a better workout and then you descend down the loop in Green Cool Shaded Heaven (Right). Sometimes you get a lucky day and see Deer in the fields. *Beware of Bees (for a second at the top), Bears,(rare) and Mountain Lions (very rare) P.S... Dogs (popular) Cat on a leash (1) * (sightings)
Great quick hike. Clean and well maintained. Just a bit crowded which is to be expected being so close to The city.
Great and peaceful place to hike.
have to pay for parking :(