LENGTH

7.8 mi

ELEVATION GAIN

1352 ft

DIFFICULTY

Moderate

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Marshall Canyon Trail is a 7.8 mile trail that starts in Frank G. Bonelli Regional Park, travels through the City of La Verne, and provides access to the network of trails above the cities of La Verne and Claremont. The southern portion is mostly flat and urban, while the northern portion is within a natural foothill environment.

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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
77° / 50°

Good

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Maritza Rivera 5 months ago

I love this place

Louis Richardson 6 months ago

Several neighbors have been talking about the Marshall Canyon trail, northern part of La Verne why is it closed?

Response

Thank you for contacting us. The County's multi-use trails were closed in accordance with guidance from State and local health officials to prevent the spread of COVID-19.   The trails are opening soon, so please continue to visit this website for further updates.

Cris 2 years ago

Really fun and shady trail in the middle of suburbia. There's a popular hike that goes on Marshall Canyon Trail and does a loop in the foothills. I have a guide on my blog if you want more details: https://hikingguy.com/hiking-trails/best-la-hikes/marshall-canyon-trail/