Tehachapi Mountain Trail is a 4.7 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Tehachapi, California that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and birding and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Great trail. The last mile is a very steep strenuous incline. The summit is beautiful. On the way down be careful not to get lost.
I really enjoy this hike, for the fitness aspect as well as the views, It is beautiful.
Beautiful park and pleasant trail. The last 0.88 miles are very steep and trekking poles would be nice. Be careful and pay attention on the way back down so you don't go the wrong way.
Fairly epic, fairly steep climb, Recommended 100%
Trail is my favorite. Eases you into the mountain, then you hit the challenging hardback. The views are great, the hike is real.
Challenging, but excellent hike. The weather was perfect, with a nice breeze. There is a consistent incline for most of the trail. The last .88 is definitely the most challenging. We completed the hike in about 1.5 hours (didn't spend much time at the top since we were in a bit of a time crunch).
Inclines are hard, my 9 year old dog took few breaks, but it is a beautiful trail.
Great place for a hike. Trails are well marked, kept and wide. The views and fresh forest smell are just perfect. I also liked that there was a few people hiking, not too many but not completely isolated either in case of emergency. I would do it again.
Challenging hike! Great views compared to other hikes close to the Bakersfield area.
This trail is harder than moderate. It inclines most of the way up. The last quarter mile or so to the peak is a steep, difficult incline. The hike is still amazing although the view from the peak leaves much to be desired. I would definitely do this one again. Don't forget to sign the hikers journal to the right of the trail just before the county line ends!
love the view and the hike!! best I've ever Hiked so far!