San Clemente Canyon Trail is a 2.7 mile moderately 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.
this hike was more of a moderate hike. A lot of having to bend over to get under branches that have grown over the trail. Also there is poison ivy down by the river so be careful down in that area.
This was a fun, easy hike following some rain. On the cobb trail, I spotted two bobcats !
Easy walk. Pretty trail, with fairly good shade. Main drawback is noise from the nearby freeway.
Easy hike with a nice rocky climb at the half way mark... Took 2 chihuahuas and they walked the whole trail...
Very pretty, but right now there is a section that has some very aggressive bees. We got stung multiple times on two different occasions in the same place - east of Genesee, on the south side of the creek just before Biltmore Trail.
More of a walk, next to the freeway the whole time. Lots of poison oak and bees.