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Great hike! Be sure to follow someone who’s done before as trails are not as defined in some areas... deff not recommended for inexperienced or the young... many areas have loose gravel with very steep drops.. and you will get wet when crossing water, it’s only water.

Heavy traffic on sunny Saturdays, but tons of fun.

Used to run this trail for the Azusa Boxing Club, too bad it’s closed and still closed it’s a killer run

mountain biking
5 days ago

great trail but chilly pack warm clothes

Fun hike with a bunch of fun and energetic people. I loved all of the water crossings — (yes you are most likely to get wet!) and the unusual setting and history of the bridge itself. Very cool experience! And yes, we did see sheep there!

Looks like there’s some conflicting information about closures on here. You can only access East Fork Rd from highway 39. Other entrances are closed.

8 days ago

Very hard trail, we were just a thousand feet short to get to the top and felt like if we continue climbing up, we won’t have strength to go back.

After the fire road part of the trail ends, there’s just constant climbing up of multiple hills. Don’t fall for the illusion of just a few hills to conquer. Those hills seem countless hiding one after another.

Very steep and dangerous when descending because of slipping and sliding on rocks.

Long pants are a must, bushes are merciless.

Rating this trail 4 stars, because finishing 80% of a trail like this feels like an accomplishment.

Hiked this trail on a partly cloudy weekend afternoon. Nice views. Not a lot of people. Bring some water as it is an incline at times. Really rocky bring sturdy comfortable shoes. Bring a flashlight as the inside of the tunnels are really dark and u need a good flashlight to check out the art and for a sense of comfort as I kept clutching my flashlight hoping the boogeyman wouldn’t jump out to get me haha. I somehow thought this trail would lead to the bridge to nowhere but it only lead to the tunnels to nowhere. Super cool experience though.

As of 01/06/2018 the trail is still blocked. Not allowed any bike, car or human to get in.

off road driving
11 days ago

Wide open dirt road. 17 Subaru Outback

Wow. Tough. Sketchy. Rough. Fun and worth it!
We definitely would recommend trekking poles and legit hiking shoes. This is not for the faint of heart! Loose gravel/rocks and false peaks GALLORE. We are fairly fit and this kicked our butts!! I have no idea how people complete this in the Summer, wow wow wow.. started at ~7am and finished at ~3pm. Was a hard ascent but the descent was really, really mentally challenging - - slippin n sliding all over. Fell on my butt at least a dozen times. Not sure we would do it again but we are glad we did!

That is an awesome trail and great way to break in the new year! No crowds and easy to navigate. Highly recommended

We hiked this starting just before sunset. With a full-ish moon and clear skies, it made for beautiful sights in spite of the darkness, but I wouldn't recommend it on wetter months. Bring dry socks.

The bridge is one hell of a destination. Will definitely hike again.

This trail is way too populated and very crowded. The swimming/jumping at the creek below is also crowded as well. Aside from that, its not a bad hike.

As of 29th of December 2017 all routes to here have been closed. Not sure when they reopen but call the ranger station before you go since most likely it’ll be closed for a while. Just a head up

Walked from the parking lot down the dirt road to the Heaton Flats Trail head and took the trail all the way to Iron Mountain. To give a good perspective on it's difficulty, I'm a 20 year old 6'1" 180lb male who plays rugby and works out 2-3 times a week. I hike/backpack probably 5-6 times a year and I barely was able to complete this trail and my legs were cramping severely a mile before the summit. My brother is a 22 year old 6'2" 205 lb male who is similarly physically active but has had a couple more years of drinking, so he's not in as good of shape. He gave it all he had but stopped about 1 mile past Allison's saddle after getting nauseous and his muscles cramping. That being said, the views were awesome and I would do it again if I can get into better shape first. So, if you enjoy pain or are in a lot better shape than me, give Iron a run for her money. Also, the hike took us a full 9 hours (probably would've been a little faster without my brother but who knows).

off road driving
21 days ago

Very easy 10 mile trail to do. The best view is at the end of the trail where there is a closed gate and you must turn back around. Must get a permit from the Glendora Ranger Station to get the lock combo to the gate. I would rate it 5 star if it wasn’t because you have to turn back around. Please don’t liter and help keep these trails clean for everyone’s enjoyment.

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