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Best Trails in Corona

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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Skyline Drive
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Beautiful place, go hiking there every week.

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Skyline Drive
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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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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.

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Coal Canyon Trail
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A little rocky through the dry riverbed but still a nice little hike to the end.

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Tin Mine Canyon Trail
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Cool hike!

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Skyline Drive
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Nice ling hike. Not much shade, bring lots of water. Its pretty cool to sit up at the doppler and check out the views

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Graffiti Waterfall
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We did a trail clean up here with Trash Free Earth and cleaned up 133 pounds of garbage. Aside from the trash it's a beautiful hike. There are some side trails if you enter on Lincoln and there is a relaxing pond area if you hike up the falls

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Skyline Drive
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Skyline Drive
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This trail was somewhat challenging for a beginning hikers like my son and I. We've often seen the radio antennas up high as we drove south on the 71 towards the 91 but we didn't know that we can walk up there through this trail. The view throughout the walk was awesome and everyone on the trail was very friendly. This is so far one of our favorite trails to date.

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Graffiti Waterfall
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Grate hike short but grate its a total of 0.9mi with alot of ups and downs WARNING if you are afraid of heights my not be for you there are narrow paths with 50ft dropoffs at some points but a good change of pace from every other hike