Explore the most popular trails near Corona 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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1 day ago

Nice nature hike. Diverse plant life, particularly enjoyed the scent from fig trees and sound of croaking frogs in the late evening.

off road driving
2 days ago

Went with Funshine Jeep Girls and we had a blast. Slow and easy to the top...15 Jeeps made for a long but rewarding day! Be careful as lots of hikers (very nice) and bikers and motorcycles also share the road. Had a potluck and enjoys the views! Incredible to see so much greenery and lushness! Road balances on pretty much mountain top, which is cool to see from up top. Some very silty parts, few rocky parts...overall fairly easy road to traverse. Would love to do this one again, but stop and take more scenic pics! INCREDIBLE VIEWS!

Great weather to hike the trail today. We always take it to the very top because the view is amazing. This trail always kicks my butt...

I hiked this solo on a Saturday and never saw another person. I parked on the street just off of green river. next time I will skip the first "road" portion of this trail and park above it on the residential street (if I can). Once you're on the trail It gets steep right away. Very easy to navigate, I followed anothers trail recording and had cell service the whole way. There are a couple of hills you can go around if they are too steep for you. Near the 3 mile mark the hills get looser and steeper. Sketchy loose dirt. I turned around, did not go all the way. Next time will bring a friend and go all the way up to top. This was a great work out, hard... but the views were worth it

lovely hike, nice shaded trail once you are on the actual trail. Mild incline the whole way, can be rocky in some areas. Slippery rocks in or near the stream crossings. I liked this trail, it was pretty easy.

4 days ago

Hiked to the radar doppler. 11.4 miles round trip. Took 4 hours and 18 min. Decent fire road but way too many mountain bikers. The top was neat with old ruins, pine trees, and awesome views of OC, Downtown LA, and the IE. Start early in the morning as there is no shade. This trail is good for hikers, mountain bikers, joggers, families, and dogs. Mountain bikers fly down the trail so watch your back. Keep to the right as you are heading down the trail. One and done. Would I hike it again? No.

5 days ago

love this trail, especially on a weekday when it isn't as busy. **Bring lots of water and snacks, hat & sunblock also advised.**

The first 3 miles are lots of full sun with a healthy incline (from 1100 ft to 3100 ft), with tons of switchbacks. The trail starts next to a newer housing development, and goes about 3/4 miles up between farms and a retreat. Then begins the beautiful chaparral forest with great views of the canyon below. About 1 mile up you can begin to see the top of Big Bear and Idyllwild mountain.

The middle 4 miles go through beautiful pine forest. Nice and shady, but lots of gnats on warmer days. At about mile 7.5 you will reach the top gate where it T's with North Main Divide. Here you can see Catalina on a clear day. Turning right will take you to the peak/ Holy Jim Trail.

The last 3 or so miles is lots of sun, and some oak forest (about 1/4th of the remaining trail.) the peak has great views on a clear day but isn't spectacularly beautiful itself.

9.5 hours round trip, walking ~ 2.8 mph with a lunch break. (your booty will hate you tomorrow.)

5 days ago

Drive in is funner than the hike.

Nice walk on an overcast day otherwise would be too hot as There isn’t any shade.

8 days ago

Treasure found so close to home!

9 days ago

Great hike with some awesome views of the Corona area. 11.7 miles on a dirt road up to the Doppler Radar. Well marked trail. Up and back in a little over 3.5 hours. Very little if any sun protection so prepare.

11 days ago

6 hours for round trip to Doppler , got exhausted but it’s nice experience ~

13 days ago

I loved it, i like hiking with my wife and 3 kids, 16,12 and 8. The hike was easy and the shade you get from the trees made it easier. The first mile or less is hot and no shade but then comes the kids favorite part the trees, the creek after the mine was the reward.

Surprisingly pretty and easily accessible.

20 days ago

love this trail !

20 days ago

One of my favorites, very quiet and doesn't have much traffic.

21 days ago

I went for the first time today as well and found the area around the trail has been fenced off, however after leaving I took a closer look at the map and I think I know how to get to the trail now. Lincoln St. turns into Skyridge Dr., continue up to Crescent Glen Ct. and near the corner of these two streets there is what looks like stairs that lead into the dirt trail. Im going back tomorrow to verify what Im seeing is correct. Hope it is because this looks like a very cool spot. Good luck and safe traveling :)

So I was just in this area today, went up to the other set of graffiti rocks just a further bit up the hill. I believe the entrance to 15343 is now fenced off...I'm almost positive this was the spot. Can anybody confirm?...if so is there another way up?...I've never been up to graffiti falls and kind of bummed if its no longer accessible. Please advise if I was right and its now fenced off.

Trail was amazing. Can easily turn this in to an ALL DAY event! Super easy! Super Fun.

off road driving
25 days ago

Great trail, first adventure in my recently acquired 4x4 toy. The road was n good condition, scenery was nice. Great views from the top. We could see the ocean and Catalina island. It was a beautiful day for an adventure.

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