Hills for Everyone Trail

Chino Hills, California

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The Hills for Everyone Trail (reserved for hikers—mountain bikes and equestrians are prohibited), commemorates a conservation group with the same name that was instrumental in the establishment of Chino Hills State Park. The trail runs up an unnamed tributary of Aliso Canyon, beautifully shaded by live oak, walnut, sycamore, elderberry, and toyon. **Note: This trail was severely damaged after the 2008 wildfire and is closed until further notice. Check with a ranger before considering this trail.

Hills for Everyone Trail Professional Review and Guide

"The Hills for Everyone Trail (reserved for hikers—mountain bikes and equestrians are prohibited), commemorates a
conservation group with the same name that was instrumental in the establishment of Chino Hills State Park. The trail
runs up an unnamed tributary of Aliso Canyon, beautifully shaded by live oak, walnut, sycamore, elderberry, and toyon. **Note: This trail was severely damaged after the 2008 wildfire and is closed until further notice. Check with a ranger before considering this trail."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Chino Hills
Distance: 4.6
Elevation Gain: 700 feet
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: 2.5 hours
Season: Best: October through June
Accessibility: Kid-friendly
Local Contacts: Chino Hills State Park
Driving Directions: Directions to Hills for Everyone Trail

Recent Trail Reviews

8/18/2007
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This trail is a bit different from its description. First, August is not a good time to hike this as the state park is extremely hot and while the trail is, for the most part, under a canopy of trees, every trail and conection around it is not. There are at least 2 places where the trail is far from easy. One hill actually required a bear crawl just to go up as there is no good traction. In some spots, Stinging nettle made bridges difficult to traverse. In a few spots, trees were growing in wierd shapes that made you have to watch your head to go under. over all it is an ok place to walk through and it seems to be out of place in the rest of the desert terrain of the park. not a bad day hike.



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May 2018