The Santa Ana River trail starts next to the entrance of the Green
golf course. Less than 1 mile away on the other side of the golf course
is the South Eastern entrance to the very scenic Chino
Hills State Park with many nice mountain bike trails.
due to local government regulations, it is virtually impossible to get
there from here.
The Santa Ana river meanders through Featherly Park.
Summer in winter.
Actors in brightly colored costumes are part of a Japanese video production in Yorba Park.
White pelican & friends
Heading south from Imperial Highway. Snow covered Mount Baldy is visible in the distance.
The trail crosses the Santa Ana River over a wooden bridge.
Looking from the distance like a UFO, this strange building in the
Nature Preserve turns out to be a small rest stop. This area includes a
small scenic park with numerous nearby dirt trails on the bluff behind
the park. The bluff is also popular with the model
The trail finally ends at the Pacific Ocean where it connects up with the Huntington Beach and the Newport / Balboa trails.
Rating: * * * *
Season: Fall, winter, spring (Summer can be hot)
Difficulty: Moderate (due to distance).
Hazards: Summertime strong onshore flow later in the day can make riding toward the beach more difficult, some gang activity.
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