Puma Trail to Native Oak Trail via Ahwingha Trail

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Hacienda Heights, California

Puma Trail to Native Oak Trail via Ahwingha Trail is a 4.4 mile loop trail located near Hacienda Heights, California that features beautiful wild flowers. The trail is rated as moderate and is primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and nature trips.

Length4.4 miElevation gain1,095 ftRoute typeLoop
Kid friendlyHikingNature tripsWalkingRunningViewsWildflowers
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Todd Waldorf
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Junior Rivero
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It was great! Nice climb. Evenly spaced out. Did it in 1h:50m. Closes at 5pm. Ranger will lock you out and its $175 for them to come and let you out. Ran into a coyote but he was friendly. Seen us on same trail and went the other way. Pay attention to wildlife.

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Lori Mosqueda
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Todd Waldorf
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Barba Mundial
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Nice trail, but super early close time - and the posted $175 fine seems excessive.

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Nirmal Patel
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Paul Daniels
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Dorian Bedolla
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Worth it!

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Al Shipley
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Jasper Ji
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Farah Avila
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Hard

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Ingrid G
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HikingBugsOver grownRockyWashed out

Avoid the Puma trail. It’s not taken care of! Native Oaks is always lit, though!

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Rabbin Rabbit
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I would rate this as a hard trail especially if you don't know what you are doing. Did on a cloudy cold day and still sweat a lot. Wear pants as the overgrown part scratches your leg. Is also very steep in some places. Overall great hike.

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Stephanie Robles
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Great trail! Nice views. It is very narrow and at times there are downhills that’s are pretty rocky, so beware and becareful.

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Deanna Perez
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HikingOver grown
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Isa Lepe
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Ivan Flores
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HikingOff trailOver grown
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David Doolittle
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Got on the trail to do this loop at 4pm knowing the trail closes at 6pm, figuring that was just enough time to get the 4.7 miles done, and I was about right, getting off the trail at 6:05, waving to the ranger sitting in his/her (couldn't tell) truck getting ready to close the gate. The new hours (9am-6pm) are a bit troubling as this eliminates the cooler hours of the morning and evening but the trail cuts near switchbacks are ridiculous so I understand some of the need to do this. I wish there was a way to alter the hours to, say, early on even numbered days and late on odd number days. Anyway, I was OK with the near 90 degree heat this afternoon as I am training myself for a 17-mile, 5,000 ft climb to Etiwanda Peak next Saturday. I worked up a good sweat, had plenty of cold water and tried out my daughter's Osprey 34 litre backpack (daypack) that she had just taken on a 2 week trip to Europe. It worked great! Training mission completed. Oh, by the way, the one good thing about the limited hours is a much greater sense of solitude on the trail as not many are willing to hike it in the heat of the day (which is pretty smart!).

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Theresa Garcia
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christine connolly
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i’m annoyed. drove all the way here to hike at 7 before the heat and they have all their gates locked up and don’t open until 9

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Truly Blessed
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I’d say this was a pretty good trail that’s just the right distance for a quick cardio workout. I liked that the trail wasn’t straight up then straight down, but rather up and down, up and down throughout. Signs were clear as well. The Puma trail is very narrow, so be careful, but it’s free from the mountain bikers that fly down.

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Zuleyma Funes
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Maria Torres
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Madeline Schillinger
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Leslie Ramirez
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