LENGTH

0.9 mi

ELEVATION GAIN

177 ft

DIFFICULTY

Moderate

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The Schabarum - Skyline Trail - Azusa/Colima Connector is a short trail which provides access to the Schabarum Skyline Trail. This segment of the Schabarum-Skyline Trail’s eastern end begins in the lower section of in Peter F. Schabarum Regional Park. From here the trail climbs up the ridgeline giving panoramic views of the area. After passing the water tower on the western end, the trail begins to descend to Hacienda Road, which it follows to the open space at Draper Road. The trail climbs ups again through oak woodland and continues westward though open utility corridor to the underpass at Colima Road.

Staging is available at Peter F. Schabarum Regional Park located off Colima Road in Rowland Heights. This segment can also be accessed from Hacienda Road and Colima Road. These access points do not include parking. Street parking is available on surrounding streets.

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TRAIL INFORMATION
ALLOWED USES:
  • Hiking
  • Mountain Biking
  • Horseback Riding
  • Dogs on Leash
CONTACT INFO:
County of Los Angeles
626-588-5364

trails@parks.lacounty.gov

LOCAL WEATHER:
Cloudy
85° / 64°

Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups

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Ricardo 2 years ago

Schabarum skyline Trail is a medium level trail for most people in reasonably good shape it will take you a little while to hike as there is a 300 foot gain in elevation throughout the trail this trail will access several other trails to create a loop bringing the hiker back to the original trail head down by the Colima and Azusa Ave., Intersection. This trail is good for hiking, running, mountain biking, horseback riding. As with any trail you may want to bring a fair amount of water, a good hat, a snack, first aid kit for yourself or others and if your nature conscientious may be a trash bag just to pick up any loose trash that is on the trail you can deposit the trash bag at the receptacles located at the trailhead before leaving.