Fullerton East Coyote Hills Trail is a 2.9 mile out and back trail located near Fullerton, California and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail.
Easy hike on an equestrian trail, good for trail running, family exercise The East Coyote Hills trail is a gentle slopeing equestrian trail that is sourounded by the Coyote hills Golf course. This trail is good for trail running or a easy family stroll for fresh air. The scenery is not much to look at as the trail is mainly off of Brea and Bastanchaury Blvds. The trail starts out relatively flat on Brea Blvd. Once you turn on Bastanchaury the trail gently slopes down to the lowest point by the golf course entrance. As you continue on, the trail gains elevation until you reach State College Blvd. Just before State College is the entrance to Vista Park where you can take the Panormama trail for a little bit of scenery. If you continue on the trail, you will end at Craig Regional park.
a city hike, good for dogs, trail is easy
Shitty track, no view except for people's backyards
Well kept equestrian/walking path. It essentially just follows the road, so no bog elevation changes or cool nature stuff. However, it is offset from the street (there is an actual sidewalk between the street and trail along most of the route, so you don't feel like you're walking on the street. Also, it creates a nice 5k loop with the Panorama Trail. Park at the lot near the Summit restaurant (State College Blvd) and the trail head is next to the oil pump that's at the corner of Bastanchury and State College. A few feet in, you can either head up the hill and take the Panorama Trail first, eventually hooking back up with the East Coyote Hills Trail at Brea, or use the flatness of this trail to warm up and take Panorama Trail back to the parking lot.
This is essentially a dirt path next to the sidewalk on Brea Blvd. and Bastenchury Rd. More meant as an equestrian path than a hiking trail I'd guess. It's nothing too exciting. You can combine it in a loop with the Fullerton Panorama Trail though to get a little extra bang for your buck.
Easy and fun MTB trail, couple of cool/small bike tracks for the experienced rider
This is definitely just a walk up Bastanchury, although the dirt makes it a nice place to jog
This is definitely not a hiking trail but a walking/jogging trail. I live right next to it and use it regularly. Great for daily running but not for hiking. Also right on a road with heavy traffic. Connects with Fullerton Panorama Trail http://alltrails.com/trail/us/california/fullerton-panorama-trail