Chino Hills State Park Mountain Bike Trail Map
Most of the mountain bike trails at Chino Hills tends toward the intermediate level, with rolling fire roads predominating. That said, the sheer size of the park, along with the few fun sections of single-track that it offers, can make for a great workout even for advanced riders.
Please be aware that Chino Hills is situated in the smog belt. Riding is best in the winter and early spring. Summer temperatures are often torrid, adding to the discomfort and potential health hazard posed by the smog.
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Chino Hills Bike Trails
Telegraph Trail - Main fire road runs length of park through lush canyon.
North Ridge Trail - Fire road parallels Telegraph Trail along ridgetop.
South Ridge Trail - Fire road parallels Telegraph through grasslands and chaparral.
Raptor Ridge Trail - Narrow, moderate single-track through open grasslands.
East Fenceline Trail - Technical single-track through grasslands. Often rutted and overgrown.
Aliso Canyon Trail - Easy, scenic fire road runs north-south across much of the park. Short single-track segment splits off at northern end of trail.
Scully Ridge Trail - Rolling fire road along southeast section of park. Great views.Directions to trailhead(s):
The main entrance is located near Chino Hills. From Hwy. 71 take Soquel Canyon Parkway southwest for a mile. Go left on Elinvar Road. Head right up dirt Bane Canyon Road for 3 miles to main parking area.
Additional access points in Yorba Linda (top of Rimcrest Drive) and Brea (off Carbon Canyon Road - Hwy. 142).