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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Mary Song (36)

1 Completed1 Reviews

Easy & relaxing. Maybe a few too many people due to trail being a paved road.

Lusine Harutyunyan (563)

13 Completed11 Reviews

Very easy hike. There are two trail options: Easy and lengthy, difficult and short. We took the long way around the mountain. The trail is paved and there are distance mark and you will see several bridges and structures along the way. Not to mention there are benches every few yards to enjoy the views of the cites as you go higher and reach the top. Pets are also welcome!

Christina I. (83)

such a nice, quiet peaceful walk. take water and a little towel and you're good.

Pam Rivera (40)

3 Completed1 Reviews

One of my favorite hikes in the IE. It's fairly easy and has great views. Great place to take the kids, even stroller friendly since it's mostly paved.

Jenn B. (41)

It was a nice and easy walk. Paved path, I should have brought my little dog :)

Idania Muro (39)

1 Completed1 Reviews

Danielle Sixtos (127)

14 Completed1 Reviews

Love to go rock climbing here!

Paul Mac Isaac (9333)

36 Completed41 Reviews

The path circles Mount Rubidoux featuring a delightful view of the Santa Ana River and Riverside. Historic landmarks include the Peace Tower, which was built in 1925, and a large white cross. The elevation of the trail raises 559 feet from the base of the mountain. Rock outcroppings feature seasonal flowers and cactus and is a popular rock climbing area. The trail is great for strollers and wheelchairs. Gate hours are sunrise to sunset.

Cynthia Arnold (294)

4 Completed1 Reviews

I love this trail .we hiked this trail for a year .I still love it so much too seee

Ursus J. (427)

very easy but over crowded.