Explore the best 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.

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walking
6 days ago

Santa Ana river trail towards Lower Aliso Canyon trail in fairly state. Sully Hill Trail seems not able to access from this point 33°53'23.0"N 117°40'46.0"W. I was turn back to Lower Aliso Canyon due Trail interruptions. Weeds all over from the beginning.

Great Views with several side trails not show here.

hiking
16 days ago

hiking
18 days ago

Great trail. Very dry though. I went in summer and found a deer skull. Ok though.

hiking
21 days ago

hiking
1 month ago

Started this hike at 11am on a cloudy, 70 degree day and finished at 330pm. The path is very wide and consisted of soft dirt and loose gravel. Scully Ridge would probably be great for trail runners. There is little to no shade so make sure plan accordingly. There is not too much in terms of wildlife but I was able to see quite a few birds, fire ants, and two tarantulas. The inclines and declines on this trail were fairly gradual so you probably won't need trekking poles. I did get a fair amount of loose gravel in my shoe so bring gaiters if you have them. While this hike wasn't as scenic as some of the other ones in so cal, it was very quiet once you get into the hills and I only ran into a handful of folks. I definitely enjoyed the solitude on this trail. I would go again on a cool and cloudy day. Also, there are signs at the golf course stating that the parking is for customers only and your car may be towed. There is parking right outside the entrance of the golf course which adds about half a mile to the hike.

hiking
1 month ago

hiking
1 month ago

Beautiful trail at sunset.

hiking
1 month ago

hiking
1 month ago

Doing this trail on a 100+ degree day near noon was probably a mistake, but I thoroughly enjoyed this trail. Going back up the big hill towards Grand Avenue Park was a killer!