Explore the most popular trails near Riverside 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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walking
19 hours ago

The trail to get in there is a horse trail, so the dirt is soft and will get all over your shoes. Not as much horse turds as stated in other reviews but beware, they are there. So come correct. The trail to get there is also pretty short, can hardly call it a hike. The building itself is pretty cool, I️ painted in the morning and didn’t see one person the whole time, not till I️ left, when some butthole mtn biker came flying by me with no heads up. Rude.

I️ personally would like to never walk the horse trail part again because it’s just not fun dirt to walk in. So I found the shortest way in. Which is: go down Pinto Pl and right befor you get to Grulla CT you’ll notice a dirt alley way on your right in between two houses. Park and walk up that alley and head left at the end. Keep walking and you’ll get there.

Toddler friendly, main path is paved almost the entire way. Very easy, quick and relaxing. Toddler was able to safely explore, he did about 80 % on his own.

walking
8 days ago

Nice walk by the college. Great for the dogs.

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8 days ago

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hiking
11 days ago

No parking and was very busy. lots of dog poop on the road. some people are two lazy to pick up after the pets. beautiful views

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15 days ago

I'm very excited to have discovered Chino Hills. This was a pleasant hike, but A very flat trail.