Explore the most popular trail running trails near Redlands with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

hiking
15 hours ago

Dry, dusty, but easy trail. Parking is hard to find and the sign to start the trail is misleading.

walking
12 days ago

Very easy. Trail was in good condition

hiking
21 days ago

It is really easy to go off the trail as there are very few if any signs. The trail itself is very cool! Walking along the edge of the ridge is fun!

walking
1 month ago

my family and I had a good time on this small trail.. we seen a few rabbits, and a bat.

walking
1 month ago

Nice neighborhood walk. Saw a few hawks. Many lizards. Nice view

on Carriage Trail

walking
1 month ago

Nice and relaxing trail! Only took us an hour and a half at most. So many dogs! Nice little creek! Goats screaming in the background. Overall a nice outing and the view at the end of the trail was beautiful!

About an hour and a half of walking. A lot of it was paved. Lots of lizards. No shade, so wear sunscreen. 1.25 miles one way.

walking
1 month ago

Very easy. Saw lizards, rabbits. Eagle Scout project of benches along the trail was cool

walking
2 months ago

Nice play area. A few squirrels

Definitely be careful with snakes out there on the trail. Its rattle will definitely alarm you and have you head the other way. I had to back track and take a paved road into the neighborhood, back to the parking lot. Scenic views for it being in the I.E. backyard. Good trails for trail running.

mountain biking
3 months ago

Great little trail to get kids started in single-track and switchbacks with minimal uphill climbs.

3 months ago

Nice flat trail. Actual water in the creek. You can hear the train and cars from the road. Cute places to sit and rest.

Beautiful trail. Not the Easiest start or tail to follow the first 1/4 mile. No signs of water in January. ( draught is still going strong :/ ) Saw about 3-4 hangars. Wow! Walked all of it. I plan to run it next time. Good for off road cycling as well. Enjoyed it very much. Bring a friend or not! Still a good trail;)

mountain biking
4 months ago

I frequently ride my mountain bike on this trail. It’s pretty. Summer time there are plenty of rattle snakes. Bob cats are present there.

trail running
4 months ago

Nice easy loop trail. Very dry and dusty. Parking lot was kind of hard to find. Dirt lot near railroad on the north end.

I'm not sure how to rate this. I never found the trail; I'm sure that's my fault. I headed north looking for water. Nope- headed east looking for a set trail. Nope. I'm new to this, so I'll have to try again. I will wear "boots" next time, as terrian is very rocky. I had fun anyways!

This place is odd. A million trails going different ways. Nothing really marked. It’s be helpful putting the specific trail names on this page not just the Park name. Anyway lots of brush to walk through, dogs got stickers in paws, poop everywhere, just not well kept. Not worth it to me but would be better for biking or horse.

mountain biking
5 months ago

cool trail to mountian bike. great for beginners.

walking
7 months ago

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

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
7 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.

I was looking for hiking trails in Redlands and both Teddy's Trail and Oak Ridge Trail looked interesting, but unfulfilling on their own. I decided to connect the two, and it turns out they make a fine pair. The trail takes you down into the spacious floor of the canyon before climbing up the side of an occasionally overgrown ridge and up to a utility station. The path then takes you out to Oak Ridge Trail, which switchbacks along the face of the canyon, providing a solid workout alongside beautiful views of the surrounding terrain. The trail ends in Oakmont Park where you can rest under the shade of large trees.

You can do this trail as an out and back, or return using a shortcut through side streets. More adventurous hikers could take the Oakmont Trail Loop back to Teddy's Trail through a bit of wayfinding, which shouldn't be too difficult. There's a lot to explore out there, but it can get hot and overgrown so be prepared.

trail running
9 months ago

A lot of overgrowth the last 2 or so miles of the trail, bushes are like razors, cut me up pretty good. maybe wear leggings until somebody can get in there and clear some of them out.

trail running
9 months ago

Regular trail wasn't long enough for me so used the map and tried to take some other trails, went into some deep canyon areas doing a lot of back tracking and getting cut off by private property meanwhile shredding my legs with razor bushes, definitely wearing leggings next time and possibly a machete to clear bushes.

hiking
9 months ago

one of my favorite trails in the city. it is currently closed until September.

hiking
10 months ago

The trail was very overgrown.

mountain biking
11 months ago

Both single and double track trails. Mostly well packed dirt, hardly any loose rocks or gravel, a few areas of sand. A few shady areas but mostly sun.

I'm new to mountain biking and in my 50s. This is a perfect single track training trail. Switchbacks and rollers without loose gravel. (I take baby steps.)

This trail is in a nature preserve - rabbits, lizards and a coyote were roaming this morning.

Sunday, April 30, 2017

It's a great beginners hike! My kids are 9 and 10 and they were able to do it without complaining. It may seem hard to find but there is a little
Sign in front that says sanctuary.... Park right out front to begin. And there are markers that tell you where to go. The only wild life we came across were lizards

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