Workman Ridge and Worsham Canyon Trails is a 5.6 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Hacienda Heights, California that features beautiful wild flowers 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.
dogs on leash
It was a little scary at first. We came in from Frame Ave in a residential area. It was a total of 6 miles. Only saw three people walking and two bikers. The second half is all up hill. Pretty good workout on that second half. Beautiful wild flowers and lots of colors right now. Saw a few lizards and lots of coyote poop but no coyotes
I live in whittier and Ive done this trail when im too lazy to drive an hour to the San Gabriel mountains, its okay for what it is. Started from Turnbull canyon near the inconspicuous white gate about 1.5 miles east of water tower hike. Gain is about 550 (from turnbull canyon road) so it isnt much i tend to do it twice for a respectable 1,100 of gain. Good panoramic views at the top. Wish there wasn't sooo much litter everywhere.
Excellent hike green lush grass, flowers growing everwhere. coming back can get narrow and a little steep. took me about 3 hours to complete the trial with stops for pictures and water breaks. parking is great!
This is a question, not a review...
I know that this trail can be reached from the top of Turnbull Cyn, but iIs there an actual entrance from the neighborhood near Camino Del Sur and Colima Rd? If so, I could not find it...Thx!
Great moderate hike with not many people around. Trail is a loop around with great early morning views all around. The entrance is hidden by a residential area.
I tried to go today but there is no where to park and if you park in front of the residential houses you need a parking pass.
Nice for bike riding, recommended !!!!