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Big Santa Anita Canyon Trail via Chantry Flat

Sierra Madre, CA

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A 50 foot waterfall, cascades, lush wilderness, this hike has it all! This is also called Sturtevant Falls.

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Eucalyptus Loop
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Nice trail! Im new to the area so if this was a nice hilly run I can't wait to run others.

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Coal Canyon Falls Trail
by Kenneth O

318 Completed 34 Reviews

No trail, but hard to get lost as ur walking in the wash. Waterfall ws dry! Mayb nxt time aftr a big rain storm.

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Eucalyptus Loop
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

Not very difficult. Took my 11 year old daughter who didn't struggle. A good balance of inclines, declines, and straight paths. Tip: keep your eyes low to the ground and keep watch for land mines (horse/dog droppings)

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Four Corners Loop
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

Still closed for construction. I would recommend calling before making the trip. (951)780-6222

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Telegraph Canyon Road Trail
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6 Completed 1 Reviews

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North Ridge and Telegraph Canyon Loop
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4 Completed 2 Reviews

Good trail that overlooks Chino Hills/Ontario area toward Mt. Baldy to the north and on the south overlooks Anaheim Hills and Yorba Linda/91 freeway.

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Coal Canyon Falls Trail
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9 Completed 3 Reviews

not much of a waterfall, but nice, quite, and pretty.

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McLean Overlook
by Jamie Tajik

3 Completed 1 Reviews

Can't really rate this hike as I was unable to go on trail due to construction and pedestrians being prohibited. Notice reads "NO ENTRY PARK ENTRANCE CLOSED VIOLATORS MAY BE CITED"
"NOTICE ROAD CLOSED UNTIL MARCH 2015"

Totally bummed.

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Chino Hills State Park: Hills-For-Everyone Trail
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50 Completed 15 Reviews

This is a decent area to hike. Not a lot of shade so bring a hat/sun block. I was hiking alone and ran across one of the biggest coyotes I have ever seen. He followed me on much of my hike. Not sure if he was stalking me or was just curious. I would suggest if you are hiking here not to do it alone. The hike is hard but challenging enough to get your heart rate up on some of the hills. It's mostly dirt paths. not a lot of "trails" in the traditional sense.

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