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

This trail is great for beginners. Very rocky at some points. The only thing I didnt like was all the bushes sticking out into the road. Got the side of my trucked scratched up pretty bad and it’s unavoidable. Also be careful lots of rattlesnakes

Gradually inclines. Easy to find off the freeway. Views are amazing! Better then I expected. Wear good shoes and watch your step because some areas have a steep fall. No shade. Free parking. Had two rattlesnake "warning" encounters. Didn't see one though. Over all easy trail for all ages. Definitely will be going again.

Beautiful scenery and homes, nice walk. Park to left as you drive in and the walk along the fence towards the bay. Follow it around to the left and pick up the trail along the coast of the lake

Great trail. Perfect for our 5 and 6 year old daughters. They loved it.

Scenic trail

off road driving
3 months ago

Great Trail! Went up in a 2wd Taco, there are some pretty big ruts from the rain but they are pretty easily maneuverable. Further up the trail it gets pretty rocky so be sure to take it slow, especially if you don’t have a skid plate. It gets somewhat narrow so I did get scratched up a bit. :)

3 months ago

We couldn't find where to start. We were at where the map said but there was no where to park at all so we left.

off road driving
3 months ago

this is a really great Trail perfect for beginner off-roaders like myself. Unfortunately because of the recent rains about a quarter of a mile into the trail there are several foot wide gashes that extend the width of the trail. my stock 4Runner was not able to continue past that point but I could easily see how if it weren't for those obstacles this would be a great beginner Trail. I plan on coming back once those obstacles are no longer there.

off road driving
3 months ago

I should have known that less than a week after a week or so of rain, this trail would not be "easy". 2018 FX4 leveled, I needed 4low and locker, just to turn around after less than 2 miles ... we helped a rubicon and an FJ dig out some ruts so they could continue... Maybe in a few weeks after others and the side by sides level the trail out, we will try again. Tread lightly. Peace.

off road driving
4 months ago

Definitely better with the Rain, Snow and Fog condition made this easy trail to a little challenging.

off road driving
4 months ago

Pretty nice trail just went yesterday. Some areas were a little washed out, definitely needed 4x4 in the big wash outs. Once you get to the top the trail gets pretty narrow I scratched my truck pretty good. Best thing is there was snow at the top. Super cool

Quick hike with my boys.

A great family hike!!! Small kids can do this hike. Great views for sure. Always wanted to check out the lookout point but never had and so glad that I did.

off road driving
6 months ago

This is a gorgeous drive that's not difficult for beginners. Beautiful views of the trees w/ Inland Empire on the south side (if there's no smog) and epic views of Silverwood Lake on the north side. If you want to continue north and get all the way through, this trail will connect and proceed down to Cleghorn Rd just west of the 138. Here's how. Near end of trail, take sharp right on 2n45 aka "North Spur," proceed downhill, take sharp left on 2n59 (west) and that road continues down to Cleghorn Rd. For double the fun, go left (north) on 138 for 1.5 miles and grab the west-bound Cleghorn Mountain Trail (2n47), which dumps out on Cleghorn Rd @ I-15. Great way to spend the day and safe for the kiddos.

off road driving
6 months ago

Nice little loop for a quick jaunt. Vegetation is starting to recover from the Blue Cut Fire. Area is healing, but the iconic rocks are great for photo opportunities.

I go about 9-10miles up this trail and it's so gorgeous, once you reach the top and get to the other side of the mountain where all the pine trees and wild life are it's amazing!

Fun for the kids to climb around. Cool to see the famous rocks from Star Trek and Bill & Teds Bogus Journey.

hiking
8 months ago

There is no visible trail at this location. Completely overgrown. 10’ of what might be a trail head is covered in trash. No where to go after that.

Easy drive, great views. 4X4 not required at all. Im a noob and just did it in a 100% bone stock F150 with 0 issues.

Pretty easy. The trail is narrow and there are dried up, sharp bushes on both sides so you'll get your vehicle scratched up. Other than that, nice view at night.

off road driving
11 months ago

Great trail to try, it was my first time off roading and me and the fam had loads of fun coming back down the trail. Went up in a Yukon XL 2 wheel drive and handled just fine for the most part. Got to a sketchy area and had to reverse back down to a turn out and turn around... still a noob so didn't want to risk getting stuck lol

11 months ago

awesome trail with a worded area at the higher elevations. Plenty of shade in the morning for the first few mikes, but hot sun for most of the middle part. The summit of Sugarpine is not really accessable due to low maintenance, save yourself the last mile or two with lots of uphill return. Water will be your savior so bring loads of it!

First of all, don't expect peace and solitude in this location. It is located near some main roads and you will hear traffic, construction vehicles, trucks and trains from almost all locations. The area was burned a few years ago, but it is starting to make a come back. The main trails are in pretty good shape, but a few areas are fairly steep, unstable, and have loose rocks and sand from erosion. The trails are well marked but all of the interpretive signs are burned or illegible. Although listed as a 1-mile hike, you can easily get 3 miles of hiking if you explore all of the ridge top trails, add some out and back segments, and loop around a little. I was lucky to have a mild cloudy evening with a slight breeze in August. It made for nice evening walk.

hiking
Friday, July 14, 2017

Hiked this trail a few years back. It is anything but easy, 2500' elevation gain or loss each way if you do an out and back. Best time to hike is spring and fall.
Trailhead is easy to find - look for the old gate in the back of the turnout. This was once an old fire road.
Some disrepair from non use, but a great sunny hike with lots of switchbacks up top.
Enjoy!

hiking
Thursday, June 29, 2017

Nice wide trails because it's a main fire road that has recently been leveled out a bit due to activity from recent fires.

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Love it !

walking
Tuesday, June 13, 2017

nice little walk

hiking
Thursday, June 01, 2017

It's that time of year again, keep an ear and eye out for rattle snakes!

hiking
Sunday, April 30, 2017

Good walk! Steep however. Great views.

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