Explore the most popular trails near Hacienda Heights 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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I got a late start and didn’t get to finish my hike today, I will be returning however I plan to wait until it’s an overcast day as there is no shade on this trail. Trail was extremely clean ❤️


17 days ago

Easy and a good workout. The drive to get to the start is a bit narrow but luckily we went early enough and on a weekday so it wasn’t an inconvenience.

trail running
1 month ago

Great for ocr and hill training

Decent moderate hike! Mix of uphill and downhill, and light and shady. Saw a dozen rabbits and lizards.Light traffic. Trail signs a bit worn out, but legible. Proximity to several other trails of different lengths is a plus.

Easy did this can't wait to go back

you cant access this trail. it has signs everywhere saying its trespassing. sucked

on Skyline Drive

3 months ago

Fun and easy stroll!

Wow the elevation climb for this hike is intense! Such a good work out and great views.

This was a lot tougher that I had expected!! Great views throughout. Bring lots of water!

Good local trail for a quick hike or trail run. We started at 7:30am and only came across a few people during the hike. It was a cool day, but there’s not much shading. If it were hot out would recommend some covering. We walked/jogged most of the trail and it took us 1 hour 38 min, I tracked it and my GPS showed approximately 1600 ft of Ascent for the entire hike.

5 months ago

Easy and beautiful

trail running
5 months ago

Such a beautiful hike 
I’m from Arizona so running this was way too easy. Nothing beats Arizona hiking in regard to elevation but nothing beats this scenery!!

Parking accessible, great up hill climb

Great trail. Great trail
Very quiet and especially love its open sunrise to sunset

I love this trail, I always go after it rains to see clear skies and be surrounded by green lush. I've never had a problem with litter on the trail but there definately is a lot of deer poop 2 miles in. Its a lovely trail that isolates you from the city and also occasionally gives you breathtaking views of the city. As you're hiking, keep an ear out for bikers and runners!

The trail has been closed.

It was a little scary at first. We came in from Frame Ave in a residential area. It was a total of 6 miles. Only saw three people walking and two bikers. The second half is all up hill. Pretty good workout on that second half. Beautiful wild flowers and lots of colors right now. Saw a few lizards and lots of coyote poop but no coyotes

I live in whittier and Ive done this trail when im too lazy to drive an hour to the San Gabriel mountains, its okay for what it is. Started from Turnbull canyon near the inconspicuous white gate about 1.5 miles east of water tower hike. Gain is about 550 (from turnbull canyon road) so it isnt much i tend to do it twice for a respectable 1,100 of gain. Good panoramic views at the top. Wish there wasn't sooo much litter everywhere.

Excellent hike green lush grass, flowers growing everwhere. coming back can get narrow and a little steep. took me about 3 hours to complete the trial with stops for pictures and water breaks. parking is great!

This is a question, not a review...

I know that this trail can be reached from the top of Turnbull Cyn, but iIs there an actual entrance from the neighborhood near Camino Del Sur and Colima Rd? If so, I could not find it...Thx!

Saturday, January 14, 2017

Great moderate hike with not many people around. Trail is a loop around with great early morning views all around. The entrance is hidden by a residential area.

I tried to go today but there is no where to park and if you park in front of the residential houses you need a parking pass.

Nice for bike riding, recommended !!!!

A fun, moderate hike with nice views. We went on a Sunday and only saw 4 cyclists and maybe 10 other hikers. We saw some interesting geology (might have seen a folding fault in the last section of Worsham Canyon but not certain) and some wildflowers. It's a great local hike if you live in Hacienda Heights or in Whittier.

13 days ago

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