Mt. Rubidoux Trail is a 3.5 mile loop trail that offers fantastic scenic views of Riverside. Mt. Rubidoux is site of the oldest outdoor non-denominational Easter Sunrise service in the United States. Many historic markers and memorials have been placed on the hill, the most prominent being the cross at the summit dedicated to Father Junípero Serra and The World Peace Bridge. The hike to the top and back is 3.5 miles. We'll take it slow and easy.
After our hike down, we will visit Tio’s Taco (3948 Mission Inn Ave
Riverside), home of amazing Mexican food and juices and eclectic folk art – this is not to be missed if you are interested in art made of found objects. The artwork includes a small church, massive sculptures & mosaics.
For anyone who wants to do a bit more photography after lunch, the Riverside Cemetery is a great stop and just a couple blocks away.
At 9:30 we'll leave the Fullerton Park-n-Ride, where the 5, 91, Orangethorpe & Magnolia come together.
At 10:00 we'll meet at the Glenwood entrance of Mt. Rubidoux, Riverside