Rose Canyon Trail is a 8.9 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near San Diego, California and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
very easy trail, the only reason I broke a sweat is I was carrying a weighted pack. there isn't much to see or play with, but there are some interesting plants at least. there's nothing wrong with the trail. it's well maintained and wide with plenty of room. just a bit boring for my taste. plus you can see civilization for most of the trail, and that kinda defeats the purpose of hiking.
I'm giving this 1 star because the directions do not take you to the trail head, they take you to a gated community.
Fun hike for a day out of the house.
I was on the north side of the tracks. Looking forward to being on the southern side next time.
Great terrain, scenic and little traffic. I love that it connects to San Clemente Canyon trail.
Nice walk with my dog with spring blooms and streams flowing.
You can drive to the marked trail head because it starts in a gated apartment complex. park in the round about of Lucera and walk.
good views of the train. You do have to dodge across one major street.
Fun but we went on a weekday in the evening both times and found it to be a lil sketchy.
It was a great work out and very FUN
Nice local little hike. Lots of bicycles, but they seem friendly and polite enough. Beautiful in spring when plants are starting to bloom, and the creek is running.