Hagador Canyon

Trailhead: Foothill, just past Trudy in Corona
Length:
 4.5 miles (RT)
Elevation Gain: 640 ft.
Total time: 2 hours, depending on your hiking level
Dogs: Yes, but be careful
Parking: Free along Foothill

Hagador Canyon in Corona is a 4.5 mile out and back hike in the Cleveland National Forest near Skyline with 640 ft. of elevation gain.

This is actually a relatively easy hike. The actual trail is off to the left and through a field, starting about 0.4 miles down the paved section of Skyline.

The trail goes through some pretty thick vegetation, and is surprisingly lush in the summer (this photo was taken in July). Do be careful, as there is tons of poison oak.

I wouldn’t recommend bringing fido if he likes to run off trail. Unless you’re into poison oak. Then by all means roll around in that stuff. 

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