- Highlights: Sweeping view of North Orange County area, rolling hills, streams
- Near: Chino Hills, CA
- Distance: 4 miles round trip
- Elevation Gain/Loss: 500 ft.
- Hike Time: 2 hours
- Difficulty: 3/10
- Trail Condition: well maintained trail
- Trail head map: Click here for Google map
- Detail map: Click here
- Rating: 3/5
If you want an easy family hike close to civilization, this is the place. There is no shade along the hike so summer-time strolls would be very uncomfortable. The native plants here are in the chaparral and oak woodland plant communities, with remnant stands of native grasses. Visitors can camp for a few days or simply enjoy a walk, horseback or bicycle ride over trails that meander through valleys and along ridge tops through woodlands, sage scrub and grasslands.
From Los Angeles: 91 fwy (east) to Imperial Hwy (north) to Kellog Dr. (right) to Yorba Linda Bl. (right) to Fairmont Bl. (left) to Rimcrest Dr. (left) to end of road to trailhead.