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Big Santa Anita Canyon Trail via Chantry Flat

Sierra Madre, CA

Big Santa Anita Canyon Trail via Chantry Flat is a 3.9 mile out and back trail located near Sierra Madre, CA that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, horses, and mountain biking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

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Bane Canyon Loop Trail
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Telegraph Canyon to Ridge
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Telegraph Canyon to Ridge
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This is a nice hike in the winter time. If you have dogs and decide to bring them it's a good Idea to keep them on leash as we saw 2 coyotes on this trail very close to us. What's nice about this hike is you can extend it as there are many different trails to explore. We ended up doing over seven miles.

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Hills For Everyone Trail
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Eucalyptus Loop
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

Loop. Hilly. Takes maybe an hour walking. Sights: city, distant hills and mountains, horse property, and trees. Recommend spring time for beautiful green view.

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Bane Canyon Loop Trail
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Hills For Everyone Trail
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I love Chino Hills SP. Its close to civilization but once you are in there it feels like you are far away. It isn't like the other big state parks, mostly grass with oak trees dotting the landscape. At first it seems like there isn't much wildlife out there,but if you look closely you'll see deer, owls, coyotes, hawks etc. Great place to hike and bike.

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Skully Ridge/Skully Hill
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Beautiful cool day with soft rain and intermittent sunshine… Once the 91 freeway is out of sight this becomes a very beautiful hike. Take the route that says MO trail along the dry Creek. There's no water in the creek most of the yearl which just means that you'll be able to hike all the way to the dry waterfall. The walk is a geologist's dream with sub-bituminous or possibly lignite coal, gypsum and classic stratification on the way to the end. There's also a tremendous amount of plant life; a variety of succulents and brush that yields berries and some kind of yellow fruit that looks like a tennis ball but is as hard as a rock. The trail peters out long before the waterfall, But keep going up the creek to the end of a very narrow slot canyon. Nice little hike.

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Telegraph Canyon to Ridge
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Telegraph Canyon and South Ridge trails are excellently marked. The entire east side of the Chino Hills State Park has been upgraded and Bain Canyon Road is now paved. The Rolling M Ranch at the start of a hike is a fascinating relic of the cattle ranching days. This place looks like it might've been a set from Little House on the Prairie. All in all this is another easy day hike in the heart of Southern California.

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Skully Ridge/Skully Hill
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

easy enough trail for mtb-ing makes for a fun little warm up before taking the much harder coal canyon fire trail to the right.
fyi,for those who cant find the trail or have posted their ride on the golf course side of the 91 you're on the wrong side. if your at the green river bike trail go west go under freeway left at coal canyon, go through gate and follow trail. if you take the fire road you are on the wrong trail.