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Justin Goodman reviewed Sugarpine Mountain OHV Trail
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OHV/Off Road DrivingGreat!Rocky

Great trail a lot of shade couple spots along the way to Picnic and hang out at

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Hiking

Awesome waterfall. IDC what people say!!! That entire way was up hill! Definitely go very early the sun is brutal! 2 of us drank 3L on the way up. Super glad we brought a water filter. One you get to the falls it is def worth it. You do need a pass to park. There us a place to get it on the windy road or the AMPM.

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Dustin Higgins reviewed Sugarpine Mountain OHV Trail
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OHV/Off Road Driving

Overall fun trail. Definitely narrow at times. No issues with 1997 4Runner w/ slight lift.

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HikingGreat!

Great hike. Maybe the best waterfall I’ve seen in the LA area. Very challenging due to heat, but the trail itself is moderate. Highly recommend!

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HikingBugsGreat!Rocky

I would come and do this trail again. The first .75 miles were all incline and in the sun. After that its level and at a decline for the most part. There is a lot of shade and the trail is unmarked so we got lost a couple of times. Once you cross the river you will find the trail to the waterfall. The water is clean and the rocks around it are slippery. Fun trail overall. To get to the trail, there is a dirt road for about 2 miles. Most of the vehicles there were 4x4 but I did see a few sedans that were in the parking lot.

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Hiking

Fun hike. Had to park 1.7mi from trailhead because the road has these super bumps to it that weren’t worth the effort. Hike wasn’t too difficult, although the heat was a bit challenging. Would have missed the waterfall if I didn’t have my All Trails app/Gps going. Waterfall is beautiful as is the area near it. Nice shady area that’s perfect for a meal and dip into the pools of water.

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Cory Tomlinson reviewed Rim of the World Lookout
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HikingGreat!

Absolutely loved this trail...wish it was longer! Only about 1.5 miles with lookout point. Took my 2 boys (5&7 yr old) and my dog. Great, fun and Amazing views! its a must see if your looking for just a quick hike. I will definitely come back and take it a little slower. There are picnic stops sever spots along the trail. we got there around 830am and didn't see 1 person until we finished the trail. So beautiful and quiet. It is closed to parking, so you have to park on the turnouts. Make sure you post your Adventure Pass just in case.

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OHV/Off Road Driving

Did this trail on 7/30/20. it was fun but there was a road sign saying do not enter, unsafe for travel. So we took another trail to Silverwood. Had a lot of fun and for the most part the trail was easy to moderate. Looking forward to doing it again.

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HikingGreat!

Another one for the books. Great hike, very exclusive, beautiful falls. I never at any point found it difficult, so I would rate this a medium difficulty. However I did free solo to the second waterfall, and that is dangerous and difficult. 10/10 would do it again. although, I wouldn’t be saddened in any way if I never had the chance to do it again. There are so many beautiful waterfalls in this world. The road to the trail head is very poorly maintained, but most cars can make it if you’re willing to take risks. I did it no problem in a Kia Soul.

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HikingBugsGreat!

Great trail! I read the reviews about some cars not being to make it to the trailhead and sure enough my CHR couldn’t make it, but we prepped for the added 2 miles. Definitely followed the recording because we got a little confused once we crossed the stream. My two dogs and I made it up and it was amazing. Water was ice cold and it was so clean!! I can’t believe I never knew it was here. Definitely going back again. Saw some hikers coming up with bug nets. Definitely buying one! It was a little worse in one spot going up than anywhere else. So I would probably use it during that time. No need at the fall.

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HikingBugsGreat!No shadeOff trailRocky

This have got to be the BEST waterfalls I’ve been to. Chasing waterfalls with my hike partner ( hubby ) and we stumbled upon this this beauty. The water is icy cold. The waterfall it self is the most beautiful thing I’ve seen in SoCal so far and makes it even better this place is clean. No trash. No graffitis. Not super crowded. Matter of fact there we’re no more than 5 people we saw. This is a brutal hike. My sedan couldn’t make it up to the trail head because of the dirt road. Sooo we had to hike almost 2 miles up hill to the trail head and another 2.8 miles into the waterfall and it’s all uphill I almost died from the heat and the uphill lol. But it was so well worth it. Please hikers, don’t let this one leaked out and if you decide to go here. Keep this place like it is. Don’t write on it. Bring your trash out. Keep it clean.

Suzanne Hannah Cortez reviewed Rim of the World Lookout
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Hiking

Dog friendly, quiet, & short trail, with no trash! Very nicely kept. Mix of shade and full sun. Views are beautiful. Recommended for a good leg stretch. Parking is weird. Not much. Maybe that's why it's so clean. You could easily do the Strawberry peak hike from the same trail head. It's really short too. Wish I had realized it before I left. There is also a really nice Scenic Drive (by way) near here with beautiful turn outs. We saw one from the vantage point at the trail peak. Don't attempt the drive on a weekend. Traffic gets pretty bad. Come during the week if you can to leisurely enjoy.

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Hiking

Easy mostly flat hike along the lake! Limited shade along the trial but some nice little spots to stop for a swim during summer

Everett Mohr reviewed Rim of the World Lookout
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HikingOver grown
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HikingBugs

This is a great trail. My vehicle could not get through a couple sections of the dirt road to get to the trailhead due to clearance so we had to park about 1.8 miles down from the trailhead. The trail has very little shade most of the way and is almost all up hill so bring plenty of water. We came across 2 rattlesnakes in the hot dry areas. Once you are more in the woods and near water there are tons of mosquitos. Also watch out for stinging nettle plants by the water. The waterfall is gorgeous but tricky to find. Make sure to follow someones recording there. You follow the trail to the right all the way up, then at a point, you go left off the trail, over a creek, and catch another creek up to the falls that cascade down the mountain side. The walk back is mostly downhill. We did 10 miles total due to where we had to park. It was a very good trail overall. We had a great hike.

Joe Whyte reviewed Rim of the World Lookout
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Walking

Park in large turn out 1/4 mile west of rim forest on highway 18 go past gate to the left pick up trail there.

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HikingOff trailOver grown

Good trail plenty of shade if you want to stop and rest... Also lots of brush so be prepared for light scratches but overall good and easy Trail

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OHV/Off Road Driving

What a great trail to spend it with family on a Sunday morning, Pretty mellow trail with some rocky areas but overall a cool trail will come back again....

Colleen Crescenti reviewed Rim of the World Lookout
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Hiking

Lovely short and easy trail with a beautiful view of San Bernardino and beyond. Many benches along the path to rest or snack. I forgot to hit record at the beginning so re-walked the first third of the trail to record the mileage.

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