Mt. Rubidoux Trail

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Mt. Rubidoux Trail is a 3 mile loop trail that offers scenic views. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking & walking. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

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Emily Ramirez (84)

2 Completed2 Reviews

This hike has two trails. One for beginner hikers and one for advanced hikers. The beginners trail is actually a nicely paved trail which takes a while longer to reach the top but all in all is a beautiful hike around the whole mountain!

David Changsek (36)

1 Completed1 Reviews

this trail is perfect for easy hiking and takes usually an hour/hour and half. The trail is a paved trail that leads you straight up to the top. this is a trail for beginners and joggers. you can literally, not figuratively, hike this everyday.


1 Completed1 Reviews

My go to mountain, walk approximately 3 days a week with wife. Love the views and tranquility of this mountain in an urban setting.

Michelle Olsten (88)

1 Completed1 Reviews

Enjoyable walking/hiking and the view....well they are beautiful expecially near sunset. My favorite time.

Clara Labrada (88)

3 Completed1 Reviews

Love this place to hike and run I go every other day

Julie Mendoza (118)

2 Completed2 Reviews

Fun, easy, hike with kids! Even a dog is great! U can take the path up or go up the interesting way! Through dirt, rocks, hills! We got to the top n enjoyed the view and the cross. Lots of people!!! :) we packed a snack it was fun.

Debbie Elias (37)

1 Completed1 Reviews

Lots of trails - not just the loop although the loop has a good incline. Went up through the back dirt trails by the dog park, hit the loop, walked it (and checked out the flag, cross, historical markers and bridge) and then headed back down the hill dirt trails. Lots of trails - some straight up, some with steps grounded into the dirt and others thru rocks and pathways. Saw lots if walkers, joggers, dog walkers and boot camp people. Parked in a neighborhood and had to huff it extra since else came down the back of the hill on a different trail. Lots of friendly people too. Would recommend to everyone. Will definitely go back. During summer and heat would recommend early hikes as there is not much shade other than from rock formations. No water fountains either (we had bottles). On the loop there are benches to sit and spots to rest. Awesome views from all around.

Laura Jean Brantley (337)

17 Completed14 Reviews

Not a good workout. Way too crowded. Walk around the neighborhood would be better, at least it would be quieter. This isn't a "Mt." it's a hill covered in graffiti. If you're looking for a hike, look elsewhere.

Brittany Rouille (140)

5 Completed5 Reviews

We had a GREAT time exploring this trail and the awesomeness that is to be discovered at the top! We parked at the Ryan Bonaminio Park, which has plenty of parking spots, and headed up from there. Roundtrip this hike took us 1.5 hours, included the time we spent taking photos and enjoying the view from the top. For more tips and photos check out the post we wrote on the experience! Enjoy :)

Chris Gonzales (56)

1 Completed1 Reviews