Map of bike paths / walking paths in the Inland Empire area

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Recreational trails for walking, running and cycling in the Inland Empire cities of Riverside, San Bernadino and Ontaryio of Southern California

Inland Empire, California map area

Inland Empire, California

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BIKE PATHS / WALKING PATHS

Cucamonga Creek Trail

Fontana Neighborhood Trail

Madrugada Trail

Mt. Rubidoux Park Trail

North Etiwanda Preserve Trail

Pacific Electric Bike Trail

Ralph M. Lewis Park Trail

Ruben S. Ayala Park Trail

Rancho Cucamonga Bicycle Path

Santa Ana River Trail

Thompson Creek Trail

Victoria Avenue Multi-Use Path

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The Inland Empire is an expansive metopolitan area located to the east of Los Angeles in Southern California. The major cities in the Inland Empire include: Riverside, San Bernadino and Ontario. These cities resdie in Riverside County and San Bernadino County. This area is a large flat valley that is tucked up against the foothills of the San Bernadino Mountains. This area has relatively mild winters and hot summers.

There are several major recreational trails in this area and numerous trails found in local parks and residential neighborhoods.

Pacific Electric Bike Trail

The Pacific Electric Bike Trail is a 20-mile long paved pathway that spans between Montclair and Rialto in the Inland Empire area of Southern California. The trail is situates along an the route of the abandoned Pacific Electric Railway that crosses through the heart of this area. It provides a recreational opportunity for the residents as well as being used by commuters.

Read more about the Pacific Electric Bike Trail

Santa Ana River Trail

The Santa Ana River Trail is a 28-mile long system of paved and unpaved pathways that extends from Huntington Beach to Yorba Linda in Southern California. The trail follows alongside the channel for the river then through the natural areas adjacent to the river. The route takes it past local parks and schools and it serves as a way for inland residents to get to the beach without having to deal with traffic.

The trail goes past commercial districts, residential neighborhoods, golf courses, office parks, industrial complexes and wetlands. The trail crosses numerous major roadways, but there are underpasses at most of the intersections. There is an elevation change of 400 feet along the entire route of the trail.

Read more about the Santa Ana River Trail

Cucamonga Creek Trail

The Cucamonga Creek Trail is a 4.8-mile long paved pathway located to the north of Rancho Cucamonga. The trail follows the channel for the Cucamonga Creek and spans between Heritage Community Park to where it intersects the Pacific Electric Bike Trail.


Resources

Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the recreational trails located in the Inland Empire.


Individual Maps for Recreational Trails in Southern California

Here is a list of links to the individual maps for specific recreational trails in Southern California.