Two Tree's Trail

EASY 104 reviews

Two Tree's Trail is a 2.6 mile out and back trail located near Riverside, California that offers scenic views. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking and trail running.

2.6 miles 971 feet Out & Back

kid friendly

hiking

trail running

views

5 days ago

As of March 18th, the lower trail is overgrown. The upper path to the Box Springs parking lot is passable but you'll definitely brush up against some plants. I would wearing recommend pants if you don't want itchy legs.

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16 days ago

love going off trail.

19 days ago

The condition of the trail is clear and easy to hike, but the 900+ elevation gain makes it quite challenging!

hiking
21 days ago

This trail is not easy. Moderate at best. Hardest we have done so far, but this is only our 9th day hiking. 900+ feet rise in 1.3 miles should have been our clue. This is the first trail we have been on with no trash, until we got to the road at the far end. Also the least graffiti we have seen. Won't do this one in the summer. The waterfall was neat.

backpacking
25 days ago

Great little hike. This is not a difficult hike....I took all 6 of my kiddos on this hike (ages 11 down to 1) and all did very well on this hike. Our 1 year old walked on her own the entire time to the turn around point at which time it was nap time and breastfeeding time. Very beautiful hike.

1 month ago

hiking
1 month ago

definitely not an easy hike. very steep and rocky. Nature preserve ranks trail as difficult. i believe them. if you want easy in this area take the Edison line trail.

hiking
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1 month ago

Very green with all the rain we've gotten this season. Fairly uncrowded, great hike.

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1 month ago

January 28 2017
the weather was perfect for this hike.
beautiful views and friendly hikers.

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2 months ago

hiked January 16. looks like Scotland...so green. this is a strait up the hillside hike. elevation gain is 1000 feet in 1.3 miles. doable for those with determination and who are active. awesome views of snow covered mountains!