Miners Ravine Trail

EASY 102 reviews

Miners Ravine Trail is a 8.4 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Rocklin, California and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.

DISTANCE
8.4 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
462 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Out & Back

wheelchair friendly

kid friendly

hiking

mountain biking

road biking

trail running

walking

city walk

no dogs

Well-maintained bike path leading from old town Roseville to Sierra College Blvd. About 6 miles total length.

hiking
13 days ago

mountain biking
16 days ago

hiking
28 days ago

1 month ago

nice, simple, with off trail highlights. took the dog on the leash with no problems. watch out for cyclists. They are really moving.

walking
2 months ago

2 months ago

Hiking... beautiful day!

hiking
2 months ago

walking
2 months ago

2 months ago

A good speed hike. It has mile and half mile markers. There are hills going East. Easy to check times with the markers. All pavement.

hiking
3 months ago

4 months ago

Nice neighborhood trail for bikers, runners, long walk. Not a lot of shade. No bathrooms. Great if you want a long walk without having to go too far. Lots of McMansions around.

4 months ago

walking
4 months ago

4 months ago

5 months ago

hiking
6 months ago

We took our group of Webelo Cub Scouts (4th grade) from Rocklin’s Pack 102 on a group hike starting at the Olympus Point Sculpture Garden and hiking east into Miner’s Ravine about 1.5 miles and back (3.0 miles) total.

The trail is fully paved and wheelchair friendly. There were some gentle changes in elevation. It was also pretty clean, as our group only found enough trash for two small trash bags.

Our requirement was supposed to be for a nature hike, and even though it is in the middle of Roseville, this trail had and open and natural feel to it. We saw lots of bridges and running streams, a wild turkey and many butterflies. We stopped to look at some Native American grinding rocks, too. The kids favorite parts were the paths under the major roadways.

One unexpected part was that the trail etiquette asked us to keep on the left side of the trail rather than the right. We think this is so we can see oncoming bicycles better.

This was a great short hike for our group that was easy to access. Many of the kids and grown ups are eager to use this trail again.

6 months ago