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Claremont Hills Wilderness Park, Claremont

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  • My last day in the area after spending several days hiking up the hill at baldy-icehouse Don't think I've ever been to a bad park! This is an excellent park and wilderness area. It's a park that's cle...  more »
  • This is a 5 mile loop trail in the foothills. I'd call it a medium level trail with some pretty exerting spots and some truly gorgeous spots. If you go to the left, you get the dirt hill out of the wa...  more »
  • Get here early! As soon as it opens if you can! Check the schedule for time changes every month. If you get there later in the day make sure you have enough time to get back before the trail closes. T...  more »
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  • I've been hiking throughout the Claremont Hills Wilderness Park for years. Claremont is such a wonderful city and the fact they make outdoor recreation a priority really sets them apart. The trails are always tended to and clean. I never feel unsafe regardless of where I hike and go in this area. They have installed trash cans and various portable restrooms throughout as well, which is nice. I highly recommend this area.
  • Great 5 mile dirt loop to hike, walk or run. It has a steep hill, whether you turn left or right. I'm a regular runner & I would say it's on the difficult level for newbies. There are benches to rest & enjoy the view. Paid parking lot, $5 on weekends now (May 2017). But now that you must pay, it's finally paved, always maintained, & there's plenty of open spaces.
  • As a person with a disability who likes to test limitations, it was well worth it. To the people who are in wheelchairs, as of right now I wouldn't go. The ground is uneven due to the rain. But I heard a few people say it's usually evened out. To individuals with physical limitations that can walk. I advice to go with someone or take your cane. Even if you hardly ever use it. Great challenge and gorgeous scenary. Also, people there are very friendly. Make sure to take water, sunblock, and a hat.
  • I've been coming here for years. It's always a great workout and a great Trail to go hiking walking running biking etc. If you go to the left it's more zig zags with some inclines. If you go to the right you get a better workout. A lot of gradual incline's which are more demanding. This is my go-to trail.
  • Beautiful hiking and great workout for the whole family. Start early before it gets to hot. Water, hats and sun block recommend. It's five miles from start to finish. Walking will take you 1.5 hours at a steady pace.