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Explore the best rated trails in Hemet, CA, whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Coastal Rail Trail and Oso Creek Trail . With more than 37 trails covering 237 miles you're bound to find a perfect trail for you. Click on any trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
This is a very fun trail to ride up and down on! Just remember to slow down for the walkers!
It’s a nice trail just need to make it connect to the part in Hemet or possibly make a north / south trail it can connect to for the cities of Perris and Murrieta!
Tried this path with my wife. Lots of homeless people discussing where to get hypodermic needles sitting in the path.
Great 20-mile biking trail from down to Oceanside beach and back, safe, clean, and well marked easy route and a variety of views.
I usually ride my bike here but today I decided to walk. An older, Caucasian male who was on a bike rudely yelled that this is for bikes only. Idts. I see walkers all the time. I don’t see why we can’t share the trail.
It’s been a couple years since I did this trail last. It was dirty etc back then. Today I did the round trip from Waterman to the mountain parking lot and back. Just over 10 miles each direction. It was very clean and wonderful the entire way. A small encampment down by the river below the trail but the trail was awesome. Time to return more often.
Great ride with nice canyon views. Well kept with good underpasses at busy intersections. We will definitely do it again soon.
Good for bikes, just what I needed
Paved, lots of elevation changes. Stunning scenery as it goes along the canyon. Be sure to keep going past the soccer fields to Pooch Park - we missed it the 1st time and it is the best part!! This trail is well designed and you go under busy roads.
It was hard to find how to get to the. It’s a nice trail- only sporadically scenic, but makes a great corridor along the concrete river embankment
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