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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Paul Mac Isaac (9273)

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 (212)

2 Completed1 Reviews

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

Ursus J. (327)

very easy but over crowded.

Leanne Coon (480)

21 Completed14 Reviews

A nice paved trail that is 4 miles total. Very crowded but the path is wide. At the top, there is a great panoramic view of Riverside and a great picture spot at a huge Cross. Parking at the park a short walk away from the trail head is the easiest. Will do this again

Toi . (382)

8 Completed6 Reviews

Very easy hike. A lot of beautiful rock formations, succulent plants and a great overview of the city. The only downside is the parking which is in a residential area. I parked 3-4 blocks down the road where a parking permit was not required. Nonetheless, I enjoyed the trail.

Richard Baratta (316)

13 Completed1 Reviews

great lil training trail just what I needed ...

Keira Lucas (182)

4 Completed2 Reviews

Dog crap everywhere, totally stinks. Might be nice for a easy walk with the dog, but I don't recommend for experienced hikers.

Paul Mac Isaac (9273)

36 Completed41 Reviews

Plenty of shade, away from traffic, many active people, flowers, cactus and trees, dog-friendly, great views of Riverside, high historical value, distance markers along path.

Gabe-and-Ana :. (181)

A very fun trail!! Trail is paved, so it makes it an easy one. Took the family here and it was a great time! Good place to take the kids. Great place to take pictures!

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!

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