Heart Rock Trail

#1 of 1 trails in Al Guhin Park
Heart Rock Trail is a 1.7 mile out and back trail located near Cedarpines Park, CA that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is accessible from April until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

1.7 miles 121 feet Out & Back
dogs on leash kid friendly hiking walking bugs forest river views waterfall
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Angel Sandoval

1 Completed1 Reviews

2miles Great view not hard at all unless I want to challenge your self and hike the river with all the rock

Frederick Cosico

2 Completed2 Reviews

Probably one of my favorite trails. Quite short but it was fun exploring, listening to the river passing through. Went late November, no animals when my girlfriend and I went. But there was a lot of water so it was really nice.

Liz Barron

14 Completed12 Reviews

Cute, short and tranquil!!!
This was our last family hike for 2015. This is a popular hike, but there wasn't too many people that day(so glad) trail is relatively short but very cute and romantic. Graffiti is horrible of course and some trash along the way.

***Please Do Not destroy nature and pick up your trash!!!


5 Completed4 Reviews

I honestly think the walk along the creek was a far better sight than the graffiti ridden, crowded heart rock. It was super crowded today and some people were being very rude by not letting others enjoy the view or waterfall. I'd recommend going during the week to avoid the crowds. The scenery is beautiful: big rocks, running water, and tall trees. The dirt trail was practically deserted on the way in so it was very serene.

Greg Stringer

10 Completed3 Reviews

This is a great, easy hike with beautiful scenery, minimal level change, and with a waterfall that still has water. My 7 year old daughter loved it, and so did my wife. It is not a challenging hike for someone who is looking to push their limits, nor is it going to offer much in the way of solitude (we went on New Year's Day and there was a lot of people out) but is perfect for someone who wants to get off the concrete and enjoy nature without some of the riskier aspects of doing so.

Dayna Kendall Pattison

2 Completed2 Reviews

So pretty right now because there is water and the waterfall is partially frozen. There is also very gew people out because it is so cold. Layer up its freezing- (literally right now )and watch for ice on the rocks that can be super slippery- i posted a pick of the partially frozen water fall.

Michael Weals

17 Completed17 Reviews

Mariah Nunez

22 Completed1 Reviews

Very short hike but beautiful. To get more mileage u need to start from campground. Park about 200ft from campground entrance on the North side of hwy. Available space on west side of street, easy to miss thou. Once at Camp entrance stay on the left side single road, it will take u to the trailhead. :)
additional parking at trailhead.

Mike Webster

7 Completed6 Reviews

This was a great short hike. The trail was nice but thar wer a lot of people out.

Adriana Cuellar

11 Completed3 Reviews