Schabarum Trail

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Schabarum Trail is a 3.6 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Walnut, California that offers scenic views 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
3.6 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
1,000 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Loop

dogs on leash

birding

hiking

mountain biking

nature trips

trail running

walking

views

This is part of the equestrian trails in the area. It is an relatively easy hike that goes back away from the streets and up towards the neighborhood on top of the hill. Compared to other trails in the area, this one is empty.

10 hours ago

Quite a nice hike. You'll be in a mostly residential area. At about the midway point it opens up into this beautiful view of the Covina plains. That part is very well done and even has a table for you to sit at. The last part of the hike you will be going down a steep decline, and some sticks may be in the way. I parked at the school but it was packed because of a soccer game on Saturday. This neighborhood is very rich and it was a nice walk. If you're looking for a nice casual hike this is good choice.

hiking
4 months ago

Beautiful views! Wear good shoes as some of the trail is quite steep.

4 months ago

Good trail for light hiking or trail running. Residential trail. If you park at the Walnut Park lower parking, the entire loop is 4.15 miles.

hiking
4 months ago

Great hike! I go to school nearby and always passed by this place. My boyfriend and I decided to go explore. We were not disappointed! Beautiful views, and there’s an abandoned car somewhere in the beginning of the trail. It’s super creepy but it’s a cool find .

5 months ago

Started off of schaubarum skyline trail of grand ave just slightly past Cameron and past hillside drive then trekked the trail all the way till I connected to the regular schaubarum trail and trekked downward to Amar street then caught the bus to go home. Easy to moderate hike would definitely recommend it to anyone who wants a challenge

6 months ago

Easy trail with a great view at the top.

Nice :3

7 months ago

There are actually 3 trails

hiking
7 months ago

Very lovely trail. Very chill and peaceful. Nice view also.

trail running
8 months ago

Great trail with fantastic views! Would recommend for those wanting to do an easy to moderate hike, and is suitable for kids.

9 months ago

Great night hike

hiking
11 months ago

Want to see the skyline of Azusa mountains or Puente hills?

This is the trail for you.

It's a mix of natural landscape and suburban homes. There are tables on few locations to enjoy the view. Horses/dogs are allowed.

Great place to take your pup for a walk, there are complimentary poopy bags at the start.

I went during dusk when more of the wildlife becomes active. GO IN A GROUP! Saw a coyote in the dark forested area, do not recommend for the faint of heart.

Enjoy!

hiking
Friday, August 11, 2017

I didn't hit the elevation or miles as described. Only 3.4 miles and 987 ft elevation. It was a great hike, though. Walked up the switchback part of the trail. That was tough! Great views of Walnut and West Covina/Covina. Picnic benches in a few spots. Would be nice to have water fountains there. No restrooms.

hiking
Thursday, June 01, 2017

Great hike! We saw bunnies and found the wrecked car. We went all the way to the peak area in the residential area, then turned around because it started to get dark, and we weren't sure where the end of the trail was. We took our kids (ages 3-17), and they were fine on this trail.

The only complaint I have is the parking. We parked at the park and had to walk down the street to the trailhead.

trail running
Thursday, May 04, 2017

I was in town for work and did this trail. Pretty easy, hilly terrain that can be jogged. Half the trail is a well maintained red dirt path that weaves along gated communities with fantastic landscaping and great views of the mountains and wildflowers. The other half seems more "off road" with a sandy, rocky path.

Sunday, April 30, 2017

nice trail

hiking
Monday, April 24, 2017

finally did this trail today. was pretty moderate hike. was so excited when we found the wrecked car. such a mystery can anyone please give me any history on this. would love to find out more.

Sunday, February 26, 2017

Not much of a challenge.. great hike with kids..

hiking
Friday, February 24, 2017

Few people. Manicured trail.

hiking
Tuesday, November 15, 2016

I was hiking counterclockwise starting at the corner of Amar and Lemon. The trail started right next to Amar at level ground for a while,which make it a nice warm up for the hike. Once it make a left and start to go up hill, it give one a good workout until it reach the top. From there on, the road is well developed, more like a park then a hiking trail. Overall it is a great trail for those live in the area. But not worth a long drive to get here.

Sunday, October 16, 2016

trail head on gps does not have parking or anywhere to pull over, have to go around and find parking in residential area. A portion of this trail is right by the road and kinda by residential neighborhoods. look ahead on Google maps satellite to scout ahead (I regretfully didn't) to see if it's for you.

Thursday, September 01, 2016

I do this hike about once a week... It's one of my faves.. However I go through the tougher route.. Which almost comes out to 8 miles.. My Apple Watch says 7.68 and it calculated going up 89 flights of stairs.. I've seen coyotes but they r not harmful and or just didn't bother us.. Great hike overall

hiking
Monday, May 30, 2016

it was a beautiful scenery! lots of turns! i loved it..

hiking
Monday, May 23, 2016

It was really good. Saw many flowers, birds and even a baby rabbit. Good workout I would say

hiking
Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Great for exercise, in a beautiful location and the wildflowers were gorgeous.

Sunday, April 26, 2015

Shabarum has alot to offer.This park has many BBQ pits and restrooms, areas you can rent, and they even have aTennis Court. This entire park is great for picture taking and it is often to see people getting their maternity pictures taken here.

Located at the top of the park is their hiking trail. You can comfortably high step it to the top and run back down to the bottom in 47 mins. Once you get to the top, you have 2 options, take the trail to the right (to the electrical tower) or take the steps. I'd suggest to take the steps, because you will really feel accomplished once you make it to the top and take a look around to the beautiful San Gabriel Valley. Take the trail further to the left, you will be able to see Orange County & on a clear day you can see the Pacific Ocean & Catalina Island!

The trail should lead you to the Equestrian Center and the Beautiful Cherry Blossom trees ;)

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