Explore the most popular trail running trails near Chino Hills with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

lots of different trails. Beautiful views.

hiking
8 days ago

Just hiked this trai, with a 20 lb pack. l. FIRST - The directions are wrong. The easiest way to say it is go to the golf course and park, or park out on the road before golf course and walk the 1/2 mile. Then, walk behind parking lot ad see the trail down below, across railroad tracks, that's your trailhead.

It's 2 miles mostly winding UP to the intersection of Brush Canyon Trail (to the right) and Scully Ridge to the left...stay left. maybe a 2 1/2 mile stretch on the ridge, up and down rolling hills before the trail hooks around and heads into the canyon on, Lower Alisio. You stay on this, another 2.5'ish miles when if you're not careful, you will miss the right turn UP to Brush Canyon Trail, which is a few windy switchbacks, back UP to Scully Ridge and the trail back to the golf course.

If I didn't have the pack it's good for trail running, although the straight ups most likely to be hiked....

Short and light, good scenery but nothing amazing.

hiking
1 month ago

Nice 6 mile loop with a great view of the main sections of the park. Well maintained. Make sure to go left down the switch backs if you went up skully first to stay on this loop. Skully ridge continues on if you go right.

hiking
1 month ago

Nice and challenging trail. Took me about 2 hours. Not much shade. Saw lots of bunnies and lizards. Birds were singing. Shortly after the pay area, there's a bathroom. Maybe a water fountain. I'd revisit after it rains. So much brown and not enough green.

hiking
1 month ago

Perfect trailer for a beginning hiker who is looking to push themselves. The first half of the trail is a little challenging, with a few steep hills. Luckily they lead to a beautiful view! The true reward for all that cardio is the second half of the Loop.

Once the dirt trail ends, follow the pavement through what I like to call "the old Chino Hills." See the beautiful ranch homes that are nestled between the hills. Feed a friendly cow or two, and have a nice conversation with a friendly donkey! And don't forget to take pictures of all the wildflowers and beautiful trees.

hiking
1 month ago

Wow made it out alive it was 93 degrees out today jogged it most of it its pretty good loop but only when cloudy or less hot took the left side up the hill and down half of the trail is part of a small park and loops back to the top but on the hike up and to the park there is no shade no green just dry and the trail nothing to see but good work out

See you in the trails sometime

on Oak Grove Loop

1 month ago

short and sweet

hiking
1 month ago

Love the trail!

trail running
1 month ago

Great running trail. Beautiful views.

hiking
2 months ago

Took my Min. Schnauzer for a walk during a cloudy day after rainfall.

Definitely recommend going during spring time when it gets green and all the wildflowers bloom. It is a bit of a workout but so worth it.

It’s a small gem in the suburbs. There are pastures where you can see cows to grazing.

I use this loop for trail running. It has some good challenging hills combined with nice views of the hills. Sidewinder is a great single track trail! The whole loop has very little asphalt. Take the N. Bane Ridge trail to the right about 1/2 mile up from the CHSP gate. It's just before the reservoir. At the Sidewinder trail junction try looping to the left or right. Either way will loop back around to the junction and then back down to Bane Canyon to the gate.

Nice trail, can’t wait to do this one in a few months after it rains so the hills are more green.

on Scully Ridge Trail

hiking
3 months ago

This description & map is completely screwed up:
1) None of this has any connection to Featherly Regional Park. This is Chino Hills State Park.
2) The trail map shows a hike on Scully Ridge and Lower Aliso trail, but
3) The description apparently refers to the entirely different Coal Canyon Trail (also Chino Hills State Park), starting from the Green River Golf course but going to the other (south) side of the 91 in Corona.

Pretty good hike to get back into hiking. Wasn’t too bad in the inclines either. You can always add on nearby trails to make your hike longer/increase difficulty. Got a nice workout and I got to discover some of what chino hills state park has to offer.

Lots of bikers on this trail though...

hiking
3 months ago

Pretty good hike! A little easier than the Sunset Trail since it's basically steady incline til you get to the highest hill in the middle and decline from then. No shade though so don't do it on a super hot day!

trail running
3 months ago

Great loop for a trail run. Has some challenging hills and a nice stretch along the ridge. Good views of the hills!

This loop ended up being 8.2 miles. Elevation was 1000 feet. Lots of ups and downs. Beautiful single tracks. Really enjoyed hiking Bane. Highly recommended

hiking
3 months ago

it was a nice hike going thru steep terrain.

on Bane Canyon Loop Trail

3 months ago

Really great trail. Clean bathrooms at the halfway point. Amazing yellow coyote squash just growing in the wild! Rolling hills and new growth of grass makes this place that much more special.

Perfect place for mothers to bring their young ones for a power walk!

trail running
4 months ago

Short but a good trail to run

4 months ago

This is a go too for me since it is in my Back Yard, the Hike is nothing too beautiful but it’s well traveled and well maintained and a great workout. I like doing the hills last so I go up English Springs and hike that way, you can also loop around English Springs park and add about a mile to the hike.

trail running
4 months ago

This is easy trail for a hiker. I would strongly recommend going LEFT to get more of a incline. This trail should be rated Easy. One of my favorites is still Potato Mtn Trailhead from Mt Baldy Rd. Anyways, this is a good short trail if ur pressed for time. Only took me 37 mins.

hiking
4 months ago

Great moderate hike. The giant uphill at the end is K.I.L.L.E.R. A 5 star hike for me would include prettier surroundings - this one is nice, it's just California's typical dry, brown, bare hills. But the fitness aspect and terrain for hiking is awesome on this trail.

Pretty and Safe.

hiking
5 months ago

It's a good trail for beginners. Great views!

Great hike! Wide trails and some good inclines. Great for kids of all ages. I️ carried our 30lb daughter in our Osprey Poco Pack and was able to manage. There are horses on some trails which make for a real treat!

hiking
5 months ago

Nice trail with a little of wilderness view. Love to be back again.

Nice paved walking trail through chino hills.

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