Explore the most popular 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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bugs
no shade
over grown
10 days ago

hiking
15 days ago

Awesome dirt/gravel trail in the hills and my dog loved it too.

It’s a very nice hike near my home. We actually began the hike after we walked through English Park. The hiking trail has postings, but sometimes it wasn’t marked where to turn. It’s better to use the map, so you know where to turn. The area was clean and peaceful. The uphill climb may be a challenge for some.

Nice walk, a lot of incline first half. Giving it a 3 star because it is NOT marked well. Use the app to follow the trail.

I trail run it like once a week.. weekends there's a bunch of Mt bikers. almost got ran over by one like a week ago but during the week it's nice and quiet might of seen 3 or 4 Mt bikers today

If you follow the path you will be more pleased, it starts near the suburbs and ends pleasantly much more wild, so it is a very good mixture, and now I feel like I am reviewing a smoothie.

walking
28 days ago

A great little walk around a lake with plenty of rest areas... relaxing for everyone.

hiking
28 days ago

Pick up the trailhead market on the south side of the soccer fields to begin the hike. The inclines are good and I took this one beyond the trail end point onto other trail options in the hills.

hiking
1 month ago

The trail head can be accessed from the intersection of Ridgeview Drive and Eucalyptus Ave. or Veterans Park 0.2 mi. away. This is a wide service road trail good for cardio, but please be cautious, the approaching summer is turning the hills brow. Happy hiking!

hiking
1 month ago

This is a nice steady incline parallel to Eucalyptus Ave. for good safe cardio.

walking
1 month ago

Feel like taking a walk to get some fresh air... Veterans Park is the place!

A nice safe hike with excellent views of the Chino Hills area.

hiking
1 month ago

Great for couples, pretty empty trail. The vegetation all around is dry though so not that pretty at the moment.

trail running
1 month ago

Loved this trail this evening... I continued through the La Sierra Loop that it naturally runs into. These are probably the best trails within the city.

trail running
1 month ago

Probably my favorite trail within the city... especially when you continue through the La Sierra Loop!

hiking
1 month ago

Aside from a few washed out sections from the rain and the gravel/rocky portions it a great trail if you want to get off the pavement. It don’t have time to leave the city. Probably not good for young children

hiking
over grown
1 month ago

The trail is still VERY overgrown, 5-6 feet tall and well into and at times covering the trail.

Great trail. A little overgrown in some areas but still a great hike. I would definitely do it again.

hiking
no shade
over grown
1 month ago

Crazy over grown. Maybe need a big knife in case you get stuck

walking
1 month ago

This is a nice short neighborhood walk through two wooded area and an open grove. Grab a lawn chair and a cold one and escape!

3.5. Just okay. Not the most beautiful of trails but great for a quick workout. I did two loops. I took the left side first, got off course, even ended up on the street for a couple of minutes, and finished in about 37 minutes. On my second loop, I backtracked and thus took the right trail and it took me 32 minutes. I was running a good portion but also just power walked up the steep inclines. Going to the left at the start of the trail and essentially running opposite of the markers gives you a great opportunity for a fairly steep incline for about 3/4 mile or so toward the latter half! Overall, a decent trail when in a pinch but not something to write home about. IMHO

hiking
muddy
no shade
1 month ago

Still really muddy in a few long stretches after the recent rains. Give it some time to dry out unless you want big heavy clods of mud on your shoes. Not my favorite hike but it's still a good workout.

hiking
over grown
1 month ago

This is a shade-filled hike right off the Grand Avenue Trail. Its short, but it can be a nice addition to the wide open and treeless Grand Avenue Trail.

hiking
1 month ago

Map is wrong. When you get to the top of the loop, there's no where to go but down Rancho Hills Drive through the neighborhood, and then to Windmill Creek to return to the school. Most of this "hike" is paved roads and not really a trail.

hiking
no shade
rocky
2 months ago

Good hike. Enjoyed it. Half of it is residential/park area. Good for beginners. Be careful it is a little rocky and there are some steep hills to walk up and down.

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