Hulda Crooks Jedi Trail is a 5.6 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Loma Linda, California that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
Because of the large amount of rain this year, the trail is super green. The vistas are beautiful. There are easy and moderate segments to this trail and a lot of other people enjoying it. There are also lots of places to join and leave the trail so it is good for long and short hikes. I will definitely do this one again.
Great work out today 5.1 miles
great work out!
Beautiful views, pretty wildflowers. Nice hike.
Map was confusing. For instance, Scott ridge does not meet coal mine trail on the map, yet there was a junction. I just winged it and enjoyed the scenery. Perfect for cloudy days. Very green this time, February. I imagine late spring-fall would be incredibly hot. The electrical lines made me a little nervous, buzzing loudly as I walked underneath. Trails are on top of gas lines as well. Lots of cyclists, people digging new ramps and trails for their bikes, and motorcyclists as well. A lot of routes that can be taken range from easy (flat) to more difficult (steep), just wish the map was a little more clear about where I was going and how much incline there would be.
Really washed out from the past rain