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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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Chino Hills State Park: Hills-For-Everyone Trail
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7 Completed 2 Reviews

Trail for everyone is currently closed. Check website for details.

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Telegraph Canyon to Ridge
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Bane canyon town was closed from sequal canyon road. the sign said no vehicle/pedestrian entrance to the park. apparently they are doing construction on the road or something and it will be closed till summer 2015

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Coal Canyon Falls Trail
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14 Completed 14 Reviews

This is a nice little hike up the middle of Coal Canyon. The final half of this hike is basically trekking up a mostly dry stream bed. We went immediately after a pretty heavy rain storm so towards the back of the canyon, the falls were actually running, but we noticed there was significantly diminished water flow by the time we left, so if you do this hike to see the falls, be sure to go right after it rains. The Canyon itself was surprisingly quiet and peaceful, especially so when you consider it's proximity to a major freeway.

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Chino Hills State Park: Hills-For-Everyone Trail
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10 Completed 8 Reviews

I did this hike with a group of six others this last weekend and loved it! maybe I did a different trail though because we ended up hiking a total of 12 miles. (or maybe I did this trail on top of a couple others?) The group that I went with had done this hike before so they lead the way and I followed. :-)
we were there on a sunday and their were a good amount of mountain bikers taking advantage of the trails and only a handful of other hikers spaced out intermittently along the way.
There is a good amount of uphill hiking on the trails we took but the views throughout were amazing. It is a little dry right now but when you get down into the valleys and look up the skies are so blue and beautiful it doesn't even matter (at least not to me)!
This was my third hike in California and I'm glad to be tacking on some mileage!! I would definitely do this again!

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Water Canyon - Water Canyon, South Ridge, Aliso Trails
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4 Completed 4 Reviews

The road to water canyon trail is closed from the Chino Hills side. You can walk the 2 miles to the tail head i supposed ,, but we bailed yesterday and went to ice house canyon.

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Chino Hills State Park: Hills-For-Everyone Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

$5 parking, 2 hrs. 6 mile hike, gonna try to beat my time. Started my hike at the Rangers station. It was a gloomy beautiful day, saw 3 coyotes, which scared the crap out of me I also saw, what I believe was, a tarantula! Pretty cool! This trail has the feel of being deep in the mountains. Great views, although it was a cloudy day but a friend told me on clear days you can actually see the ocean.

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Chino Hills State Park: Hills-For-Everyone Trail
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4 Completed 4 Reviews

Horribly ugly! I was mislead by the positive reviews I read on here. I saw no wildlife. 98% of the place is brown and filled with dead stuff. Don't be mislead by the pictures you see on here. You will hardly see any signs of life in real life. There were trucks and cars coming at me on the main hiking trail. It seems like it was beautiful in the past.. But it must of caught on fire. The whole thing is being remodeled and is under construction so I will come here again in the distant future. This place has potential to be beautiful but as of right now, it's not. On a positive note, it was a great work out because there are a lot of hills and its very tranquil.

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Chino Hills State Park: Hills-For-Everyone Trail
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48 Completed 29 Reviews

A portion of the trail I took was overgrown but I think I deviated. I had to pay to get in. I think it was 5-10 bucks. You are not allowed to park on the road but a portion of the trail goes close to a neighborhood so if you map carefully you can hike in from their street. Saw Deer and a mountain lion!

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Coal Canyon Falls Trail
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31 Completed 36 Reviews

A small, hidden, box canyon waterfall right off the side of the 91 freeeway at the “Offramp to Nowhere” in Coal Canyon. (Date hiked: April 2, 2011 and April 26, 2009.) Read the full write-up at: http://www.greeneadventures.com/2011/05/05/re-hiking-the-coal-canyon-waterfall-trail-after-a-rainy-season/

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Telegraph Canyon to Ridge
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31 Completed 36 Reviews

The 4.5 mile South Ridge-Telegraph Canyon Loop in Chino Hills State Parks provides a great trail for an after-work sunset hike in Orange County. (Date hiked: May 11, 2011 and March 28, 2009.) Read the full write-up at: http://www.greeneadventures.com/2011/06/05/chino-hills-state-parks-south-ridge-telegraph-canyon-loop-perfect-for-a-beautiful-summer-sunset-hike-after-work/

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