Let’s hike up Two Trees trail. The hike is around 2 miles (four miles round trip) each direction with about a 1200 feet elevation gain with a difficulty level of moderate, (it is harder than Mt. Rubidoux). The path is steep in parts, dirt and uneven. Bring water and a snack and enjoy the gorgeous views once you reach the top. There have been sightings of coyotes, mules, and rabbit on the trail. This is a hike with rugged and diverse terrain, and expansive views and interesting rock formations
Considering the elevation gain, some may consider this a STRENUOUS hike, please know your limits. This hike is not for beginners. So, please be in good hiking shape and prepare for a good work-out.
From the 215/91 take 60/215 fwy eastbound: Take the Blaine Street exit, the first off ramp, turn left (turn right if traveling west on the 60/215) follow Blaine St. all the way to the end. Park in dirt lot where Blaine ends towards the left we will take a short walk to the trail head proper.
Leashed dogs welcome