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Hikes in Riverside County

Riverside County offers just about every kind of hiking trails that you can imagine. There are rolling hikes in the hills, alpine hikes around Mt San Jacinto (the highest point in the county at 10,833 feet), and hikes in the desert.

Name Distance Level Location Climb Dogs
Hike Coal Canyon Trail10ModerateCorona1840N
Terri Peak Hike at Lake Perris5ModeratePerris1100N
Santa Margarita River Trail5.7ModerateFallbrook630Y
Black Mountain Trail to the Fire Lookout (Idyllwild, CA)8HardBanning2820Y
California Riding and Hiking Trail (Joshua Tree)38HardYucca Valley3060N
Hike the Pine City Trail (Joshua Tree)4.2EasyTwentynine Palms280N
Boy Scout Trail (Joshua Tree) Hike16HardTwentynine Palms1850N
Desert Queen Mine Hike & Eagle Cliff Mine1.8EasyTwentynine Palms180N
Hike Split Rock (Joshua Tree) Loop Trail2.5EasyTwentynine Palms360N
Hike the 49 Palms Oasis Trail3ModerateTwentynine Palms700N
Hike Willow Hole (Joshua Tree)7ModerateTwentynine Palms320N
Lost Horse Mine Trail7ModerateTwentynine Palms1040N
Ryan Mountain Trail Hike3ModerateTwentynine Palms1060N
Hike Lost Palms Oasis Trail7.4ModerateTwentynine Palms700N
Hike Mastodon Peak Trail2.6ModerateTwentynine Palms510N
Ernie Maxwell Scenic Trail Hike5.2EasyIdyllwild740Y
Tahquitz Peak via Devil’s Slide Trail Hike8.5HardIdyllwild2350Y
Palm Springs Aerial Tramway Hike To Mt San Jacinto11HardPalm Springs2620N
Hike the Pumpkin Rock Trail1.2EasyNorco370Y
Cactus to Clouds Hike21Very HardPalm Springs10800N
Hike Mount San Jacinto From Idyllwild19.5HardIdyllwild5480N

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