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Black Star Canyon Trail

Silverado, CA

Black Star Canyon Trail is a 15.6 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Silverado, CA that features a waterfall 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.

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Skyline Drive

Corona, CA

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Coal Canyon Trail
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14 Completed 5 Reviews

A little difficult to find if you don't know the area. The road to the trail is actually closed for construction, but there is parking just before the entrance to the golf course and you can walk on the bike path to the bridge under the 91 to the trailhead. The creekbed is indeed rocky, and the fire road up the hills is fairly steep and a constant incline. The views are fantastic and there was no other people when I was there on a Saturday afternoon. It was a good workout, and worth the walk on the bike path to enjoy a beautiful sunset in total solitude.

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Skyline Drive
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5 Completed 1 Reviews

loved it, nice steep hills, beautiful views...

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Indian Truck Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

I little rough for a dirt bike, but it would have been perfect for a four wheeler. I stopped about two thirds of the way up and hiked the rest.

I saw some crazy man near the top in an F-150.

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Skyline Drive
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2 Completed 1 Reviews

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Skyline Drive
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5 Completed 2 Reviews

First off lemme say I had expectations of beautiful skylines and breathtaking climbs. I wasn't disappointed, I can see coming back and adventuring more off the trail but today was simple stroll and sometimes off the path hike up the road. What I didn't realize was my thirst for adventure took me away from the nature trail at the start so I missed one of the things I came for. I still got to see the awesome Ridgeline views, coupled with the cool morning air. Takes you away long enough to enjoy being free. O and don't mind the abandoned car off the cliff. It's been tagged as clear but a lesson on driving in the hill tops.

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Coldwater Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

My friends and I were already at the place to start hiking. But we couldn't find the a trail where to enter since most of the area is private. It took us almost an 1h 30m to only find a way to the mountain. Once we were at the mountain we realize there were no trails to go up the mountain. -_-
We still decided to continue because we weren't going to give up.I don't recommend this to no one. But I will admit the view was nice from the top of the maintain. If you go take long pants for hiking, long sleeve shirt, and hiking globes.

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Skyline Drive
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

I challenged the trail for the 1st time n ❤️'d it. It was a steady kick butt incline. that burns about 800/900 calories. Although, at about 3/4 miles in to the hike, it's very lonely cuz not many people make the full 5/6 mile stretch. I guess cuz of the dble up in miles. But, health wise is worth it. Potato mountain's 2.5 mile off of the Claremont loop is a lot harder cuz the incline is steeper. Also, if ever in Palm Desert check out the Bump n Grind trail cuz that's also a good hard core workout.

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Skyline Drive
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Beautiful place, go hiking there every week.

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Skyline Drive
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

love this hike. started doing it a few weeks ago and look forward to it every week now

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Tin Mine Canyon Trail
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

This hike is surprisingly nice. It's easily accessible and it helps you feel like you're not in the middle of southern California. If you're lucky enough to go after a rain there may be streams flowing. It can be a very rewarding hike.