Marshall Canyon Trail is a 10.4 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Claremont, California that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Distance: 10.4 miles Elevation Gain: 1,407 feet Route Type: Loop

dogs on leash

kid friendly

hiking

horseback riding

mountain biking

nature trips

walking

bird watching

running

forest

river

views

wild flowers

Mix of Single Track and fire road.

hiking
4 days ago

Fun trail , meanders side to side, incline, decline. Streams, boulders, forest vibe. Lit treasure trove of nature. My group really like it!

Great trail with shadow for the first few miles, lots of bikers. Parking spot available in the elementary schools. Snakes and mountain lions. We took the extra miles to Potato hills and ended up 17 miles total.

hiking
4 days ago

Great trail Amazing views of nature

hiking
bugs
4 days ago

running
8 days ago

Solid trail for a nice and relaxed trail run with a gradual incline. It’s long but not as strenuous as going up in the mountains. Like others have said, you park at Oak Mesa Elementary School and walk through a neighborhood to get to the trail. I like that most of it is very wooded and offers a lot of shade unlike most trails in the area. There are a couple spots where you have to go over shallow water, but there are enough rocks in the water that you can walk on to get to the other side if you don’t want to get your feet wet. Watch out for bikers, there are a lot of them.

mountain biking
9 days ago

Went here for a family hike with our little dog. Very easy route for kids 10 years and under. Went mountain bike here with my MTB. It’s an easy trail. Lots of shades. Parking is very odd because you park at a school and walk/bike through a neighborhood to get to the trail.

hiking
bugs
9 days ago

hiking
12 days ago

So pretty. Mostly mountain bikers

mountain biking
rocky
19 days ago

I would recommend this to someone who is in shape and ready for a workout . Great view at the top of the peak about 5.5 miles in .Going up was definitely intense and the ride down and was very thrilling be safe and use your brakes .

running
closed
1 month ago

hiking
2 months ago

It’s closed not open

hiking
bugs
3 months ago

hiking
3 months ago

Awesome hike with shade throughout with creek crossing, look out for the bikes though.. great for dogs

hiking
3 months ago

We started at Silver Spur Trail to Marshall Canyon To Cobolt Canyon and back. Took us 3 hours for a little over 6 miles. I would rate this segment as moderate as quite a few up and downs especially at backend. Marshall Canyon was primarily shaded, the rest was in full sun. Lots of mountain bikers in Marshall Canyon. Saw a bobcat. Beautiful hike, great views. We parked along road by Equestrian area and camps.

hiking
over grown
3 months ago

it is a nice trail for pictures and easy exercise but the plants are consistently in the way.

hiking
bugs
muddy
3 months ago

Nice, long trail. it days heavily trafficked but would say it was more moderate (Sunday morning to midday). There are sections that the path is quite slim, so when mountain bikers pass you need to be careful, but not really an issue. Passerby (hikers, mountain bikers, horseback riders alike) were quite friendly. If you're looking for a long distance hike with gradual incline, this would be the one for you.

hiking
4 months ago

it's a nice trail for trail running. The start point begins at the parking lot of a public park and then leads thru some homes and then to the start of the trail. it's very nice, a lot of trees for the first few miles then the trail goes out into the open of the mountains. there was a lot of mountain bikers, you have to be careful when going thru narrow paths as the bikers could hit you. overall it's a nice trail.

hiking
muddy
4 months ago

mountain biking
4 months ago

really good trails for all levels I always have a good time here with the group. Rodando con los redondos usa mtb

mountain biking
muddy
rocky
snow
5 months ago

hiking
6 months ago

It was a pretty trail, but in my opinion it should not be considered a moderate trail. It should be rated as an “easy” one. I went with a friend on Sat morning and it was way too busy with mountain bikers to comfortable walk through the path. Maybe the experience is different during the week, but I won’t return on a weekend.

mountain biking
rocky
6 months ago

Great trail overall but there’s creek crossings and tricky rock garden. Its well maintained and the dirt is compacted. The trail has plenty of options for a little bit better riders. The upper part is harder and more steep. The lower part is more kid friendly but are some rock gardens which you’d have to walk. If you have a smaller rider then I recommend Bonelli Park. Overall great trail and great features.

mountain biking
7 months ago

very fun place to ride bikes

hiking
7 months ago

Tricky getting there. Come all the way up past the golf course. Park in the first dirt lot on the right of what feels like a three way branch off at the end of the road, with the probation camp to the left and the equestrian center in the middle. Trail starts behind the sign or walk down the street in the middle toward the equestrian center. Saw a coyote. A few mountain bikers. Inclines and declines. A good easy to moderate loop that took us 45 min. Nice starter that has options for longer if you have the time and energy. Glad I hit record to track my hiking progress as this helped me to follow where I was in real time.

hiking
bugs
over grown
7 months ago

love it

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