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hiking
5 days ago

hiking
5 days ago

mountain biking
5 days ago

cool trail to mountian bike. great for beginners.

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hiking
1 month ago

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walking
1 month ago

Nic little trail, particularly the upper path along the hills. However road and train noise loud and distracting. Both parallel trail.

walking
1 month ago

Many photographers. Great views

NOT an off roading trail at all? I don't know why it's listed as an off raod trail it's a damn dog park?

This was somewhat confusing. First we did the East Canyon Loop trail. it's only 1.2 miles with no elevation rise. so then we went up the West Canyon Loop and it gets to the top and directs you 1 mile to parking lot, 2 miles back to here. we just doubled back after another half mile. I think you want to do the trail on All Trails- when you get to the fork- take the West Canyon Loop trail. In the fall wear pants, overgrown brush with stickers. Beautiful views though, will definitely be back.

hiking
2 months ago

I had a lot of fun on this hike. There’s an established trail that runs parallel to the Santa Ana, but hiking the river’s a lot more fun. The terrain switches up on you, going from soft beach-like sands to smooth pebbles and stones. Cacti and various desert plants can be seen throughout, as well as your common lizards and birds.

Once the trail heads north, you’re greeted by what I believe is a creek or a basin of some sort. Either way, the actively flowing water was a surprise to me. It was cool and clear and populated by a small group of ducks.

I actually took the trail up to Aurantia Park in Highland and attempted to loop back down to my car, but ran into excavation zones, overgrown brush, and misleading trails. I suggest heading out to the creek and back, or if you’re feeling adventurous out to Aurantia Park and back. The Santa Ana Wash incorporates more than this specific path, so you can improvise your way around the arroyo. Just be safe.

I parked alongside Riverview Dr. where Church St. ends and the trailhead begins.