Toyon Trail is a 1.4 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Glendora, California that features a great forest setting and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Length1.4 miElevation gain354 ftRoute typeLoop
Kid friendlyHikingNature tripsWalkingDog friendlyForestViews
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Adam Bou Hamdan
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Hiking

Loved it.

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Emily Kichline
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Hiking

Not much shade and mostly uphill. Lots of bugs. But the views are nice and it’s a good work out!

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Barba Mundial
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Hiking

Nice trail with some nice views. I'd rate it moderate though.

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vanessa carder
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Lauren Andersen
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Hiking

Pretty but a lot of trash.

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Greg Whitmire
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Hiking

Perfect day, beautiful weather. We did a different trail but had a really great time.

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Nicole Berry
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Bird watchingGreat!

Went on a Saturday afternoon and o lay saw a few people on the trail. There are multiple trails you can take along the way and some great views of Glendora. Some parts are steep and our kids slipped a few times but still had fun.

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Cinthya Zeballos
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Hiking

I started my hike on the trail and got to a point where they had a sign to go left or right to two different tails. The right sign said Toyo so I figured that was the trail I was supposed to take, but ended up taking the Wild trail. Half way up, I checked my map here cuz there were so many trails I was afraid of getting lost and realized I was way off the loop I was supposed to go in. I followed my map to get back on the Toyo trail and finished my loop. It was a nice hike, but just be careful which trail you take because like I said, there are so many marked trails, you can easily get lost.

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DJ Goodman
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HikingGreat!

Due to this being so short in distance, we connected all three listed hikes into one 7-miler. This portion of our journey was decent. There are a couple of good ascents and the trail winds around a woodsy area. The surrounding mountain views are gorgeous as well. There are restrooms in the park located next to the trailhead. I believe these are the only restrooms in/near the South Hills Park. Other reviewers mentioned the trail being overgrown; however, this is not the case anymore. The trail was easy to navigate and you can see the work that has been done to clear the trail....so “Thank You” to all the trail workers for making this trail enjoyable again!

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Scarlett Boyle
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Hiking

To say this trail is poorly marked is the understatement of the century. It’s just straight up incorrect. Multiple places you literally cannot follow because it’s not just leading you off trail, it’s leading you straight into full on trees and bushes with nowhere to pass through. Three stars for the amount of mini inclines and a decent workout but good god y’all need to remap this one!

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- 7 months ago

The route has been updated using a recent verified recording. Thanks for the feedback!

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Annie Bui
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HikingBugsNo shadeOff trailOver grownRockyWashed out
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Rachel P
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Hiking

Pretty easy, short trail with nice views overlooking the foothills. Parts of the trail are steep and overgrown. I recommend sturdy shoes and long pants. Saw lots of small animals (rabbits, chipmunks, etc.) Completely deserted when I went (noon on a Saturday) so good for social distancing. Needs more trail markers as Toyon Trail intersects many other trails in the park. Relied a lot on my GPS and the alltrails map. Probably would be prettier in the spring before all the wildflowers die.

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Chito Miranda
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Mountain biking

use to visit here every other day, pretty fun we have out secret routes and alot of places to see nice views, great for running, biking, and hiking, there's 1 part that we came across that had climbing, and a public park at 1 end, over all just a relaxing time, wouldn't recommend for someone looking for a extrem workout.

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Nas Sim
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Kenny Wong
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HikingOver grownRocky

The first 15 mins of the trail are somewhat steep going uphill. Some parts of the trails are very narrow along the sides of the mountain which you might fall off if your not careful, also some parts of the trail are overgrown! But it is rewarding once get to the top of the overlook area which you can have a nice view of the surrounding neighborhoods!

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Wendi B
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HikingBugsOver grown

There should be a large map at the trailhead showing where trails go. Some trails are overgrown . Bugs, but to be expected you are hiking. Trash within first mile of hiking. Not a lot of people. Great for social distancing.

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Audrey Trazo
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Hiking

A new favorite of mine! Easy hike & love how there’s so many other different trails you can take starting from Toyon trail

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Tonya F
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HikingOver grownRocky

trail was overgrown in many areas, no shade, did get a nice view of the city though. Overall, just ok.

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Don Thomas
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The Toyon Trail is an easy hike centered in the South Hills Wilderness Area, and short enough to take your dog on the trail after visiting the dog park at the base of the hill. But if you are inclined to hike a little further, it connects to the Walnut Trail, the Alosta Canyon Trail and the Bonnie Cove East Trail. Also, there are city maintained restrooms and drinking fountains near the trailhead.

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Ladynxlevel User
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Cristian Barrios
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Jessica Marin
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