Marshall Canyon Trail

#1 of 1 trails in Marshall Canyon Regional Park
Marshall Canyon Trail is a 3.5 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Claremont, CA that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

3.5 miles 636 feet Loop
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Marshall Canyon Park: Marshall Canyon Trail is a 4.1 mile trail located near La Verne, California. The trail is primarily used for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. Mix of Single Track and fire road.

Daniel Purcell
15 days ago

1 Completed0 Reviews

I suggest doing this trail a little differently. First, park at oak Mesa park at the top of wheeler. Then, take the sidewalk east, over the bridge and onto Los Robles street. Keep going east onto orange wood, and the trailhead will be on your left. It's absolutely beautiful, and when we went today, at around dusk we heard probably a hundred frogs for the last hour. Amazing.

Kelli Gonzales
1 month ago

4 Completed0 Reviews

Love this place

Alisa Fletcher-Tarrant
1 month ago

2 Completed0 Reviews

It was a great walk. The route that listed is not the actual trail but 75% fire road with about 25% trail at the end. I definitely like it in the spring time and it is about 50% shaded which is wonderful.

1 month ago

10 Completed0 Reviews

Michele Estrella- Horner
2 months ago

2 Completed0 Reviews

Joined pro moments before taking this hike and grateful I did. The hike started out great but went south after halfway through. The program drained my phone battery quickly causing my phone to die. I began to follow the same path so I thought and then began to learn we were lost and drifted off the proper trail. When I got signal again from my son's phone I download this program into his phone and was able to find our way back to the proper trail and make it back to our vehicle. My phone was at 100% when we started and was off the trail by 1,5 miles when i was able to get signal from my son's. Had I not had app not sure what would have happened. A 3.5 mile hike turned into 6.3 miles and 4.5 hours. will be carrying a battery pack for phone just in case. Was a nice hike just pay attention to signs and your map.

Ryan Cornelius
2 months ago

1 Completed0 Reviews

Ben Johnson
2 months ago

1 Completed0 Reviews

Was a good starter hike for my family. Trails are well maintained and still green. Not a lot of water in the creek but enough to attract the wildlife.

Looking forward to getting up there with my mountain bike soon.

Rafael Reyes
3 months ago

2 Completed4 Reviews


Christine Guerrero
3 months ago

2 Completed2 Reviews

Carlos Jover
4 months ago

4 Completed1 Reviews

Gene Leslie
5 months ago

2 Completed2 Reviews

Great hike, very easy. There are many branches off the main trail. A lot of mountain bikers. Very polite. Saw (5) deer.

Stacy H.
5 months ago

Trail is currently closed due to recent mountain lion sightings.

Emilia c.
7 months ago

Nice and easy.there is the opportunity, to see a lot of dear very close.

Stacy H.
8 months ago

Great trail, really easy.... Love the scenry.

Dawn L.
9 months ago

Love this one!

James R Wilson
10 months ago

61 Completed35 Reviews

This hike is adjacent to Claremont Wilderness Loop (it interects it, and shares probably 1/3 mile where both trails meet). Few notes - Marshall Canyon is as pretty as Claremont Wilderness with FAR fewer people. Parking here is free (as opposed to Claremont Wilderness). For the GRAND LOOP, you should definitely consider combining both loops for around 10 miles of really good and reliable trail. That would be a sweet workout. FYI - I was told that on the Claremont side, if you are caught with your dog off leash, you will get a fine, the same IS NOT true for the Marshall Canyon side. These trails are used by hikers, joggers, and bikers.

Michael G.
11 months ago

A nice trail. It's starts off rather ugly but gets nicer. It can be a bit confusing at times since there's sort of a lot of small paths and ways to go.

Keo Chhat
1 year ago

1 Completed1 Reviews

It's want of the place that we found so far. Nice down hill not too difficult.many trail to discover. Over all good place for mountain bike. We love it!

Daniel Coronel
1 year ago

1 Completed1 Reviews

Love this ride when I go mountain bike riding , SUPER FUN!!!

Leanne Coon
1 year ago

26 Completed16 Reviews

Great trails just watch out for the mountain bikers