Marshall Canyon Trail

#1 of 1 trails in Marshall Canyon Regional Park
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.

3.45 miles Loop 1200 feet
Kid Friendly Dog Friendly
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Mix of Single Track and fire road.

Gene Leslie

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.

Trail is currently closed due to recent mountain lion sightings.

Emilia c.

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

Stacy H.

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

Dawn L.

Love this one!

James R Wilson

62 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.

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 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 Completed1 Reviews

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

Leanne Coon

26 Completed16 Reviews

Great trails just watch out for the mountain bikers