Schabarum Regional Park: Schabarum Trail

#1 of 3 trails in Schabarum Regional Park
Schabarum Regional Park: Schabarum Trail is a 4.2 mile loop trail located near Rowland Heights, CA that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. 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.

4.2 miles 820 feet Loop
dogs on leash hiking mountain biking trail running walking horses wildlife
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Tania B

5 Completed2 Reviews

Lily Yu

1 Completed1 Reviews

Laura Ann

13 Completed11 Reviews

Great hike if you're looking for a good workout. Plenty of steep challenging hills, great views. Didn't see any wildlife which I was kind of bummed about. Make sure to take money for parking $6 and plenty of water.

Leanne Coon

26 Completed16 Reviews

Well used on the weekend but wide enough that you don't feel crowded. For free parking, find a spot on the south corner of Azusa and Colima or start at powder canyon and connect up with this trail. It's not quite as solitary as a mountain trail because the horseshoe shape trail goes around the park but it is still a great hike. Will definitely do it again.

Ursus J.

seen Deer and even a bob cat once. Beautiful place.

Dae Cho

2 Completed2 Reviews

Craig Smith

1 Completed1 Reviews

I use this trail as a cardio workout and a place (near home) to walk my dogs three to five times a week. It gets lots of traffic (locals, mountain bikes and occasionally horses) but still offers great views of the San Gabriel Valley and Orange County. On clear days you can see Catalina and if you look closely the oil rigs and tankers off shore. It's not exactly "out in the sticks" but it is a pleasurable hike for those who want one.

Eric Sie

43 Completed5 Reviews

Nice trail. Good for being so close to home. During the week they don't charge for parking. Last week we went 3 times and 2 of the days we saw deer.

Rick Silva

10 Completed10 Reviews

Good hike and I am glad I started early. Went to the west trail almost to Hacienda then I took Powder Canyon to the end or start however you want to call it. If you want to start early you can start at the Powder Canyon trail head and save 6 dollars.

Jose Rodriguez

9 Completed10 Reviews

Nice running trail. Didn't seem to be very busy, however it was a hot day. Brought my twin nephews (10 yr old) along for the run, so it's definitely kid friendly.