Little Canyon Loop is a 2.2 mile loop trail located near Yorba Linda, California that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from December until May. Horses are also able to use this trail.
Orange County rolling hills MIles of hiking and biking fun! Chino Hills State park offers a wide variety of hiking, Biking and camping opportunities within Orange county. The park has many trails and many options for hiking different distances and locations. The entrance at Rim Crest Dr. offers free parking on the street. West and east ends of the park offer parking for a nominal fee. The Chino hills entrance also offers family camping sites. The Little Canyon loop starts at the south ridge trail and proceeds east, up the hill for just over a mile. at the first trail to the left, a sign marks the Little Canyon trail. Little Canyon trail is a narrow trail that has a steep slope down to the Telegraph Canyon trail (about .3 mile). At the Telegraph trail, head back west and locate the easy street trail also about a mile from Little Canyon. Easy street ends at Rim crest dr.
Beautiful trail right now because of the flowers and all the green from the rain this winter.
South Ridge and Little Canyon were very steep but Telegraph was flat. The first two miles was a killer. The view was worth it. We saw a rattlesnake on South Ridge and a second snake was spotted by another hiker. The ravine and oak trees were gorgeous on Telegraph.
Great hike! Absolutely beautiful rolling hills and I've never seen them so green! Clear trails, can't really get lost. There is one rest area with a porta-potty about 2.5 miles in, but nothing after that. Overall, I recommend it as a nice long distance hike that isn't too strenuous
Green and lush after the heavy rains of 2017. Water in stream bed. Saw a bobcat during my hike today, a rarity.
Great moderate hike thats located close to me. Many different trails to wander off on from this main one, but all of them lead back to each other. Fun to explore knowing I wont get lost. I utilize it year round, but my favorite time to go is in the spring. The hills look like they straight out of the Sound of Music.