In just a few weeks, the season of Spring got flipped around. As the weather started to warm up, the coronavirus was starting to spread rapidly across the United States. Unfortunately, this led to many states going into lockdowns, stay at home orders, or safer at home orders. However, despite many businesses having to close temporarily, the outdoors are still open. This means that you can still visit parks and hiking trails. What are the best hiking trails to visit near Fontana, CA? Keep reading to find out!
Top Three Trails to Hike near Fontana
- Martin Tudor Jurupa Hills Regional Park. If you like a challenging hike with a beautiful view, this is the perfect trail for you. This trail starts out with steep climb, levels out for a bit, and then continues to climb again. Once you reach the top, the intense climb will be worth it. You’ll enjoy a view of Fontana, Rancho, Rialto, Colton, Riverside area, and the mountains.
- North Etiwanda Preserve. This trail is slightly challenging, but it is family-friendly. However, it is recommended that kids younger than six should not go on this trail due to rocky terrain and strollers not being allowed. At the end of the trail, you’ll enjoy a scenery of small streams and waterfalls. This trail is long, so sunscreen and water are necessary supplies.
- Bonita Falls. If you’re looking for an easier trail, this is the perfect option for you. While the trail is rocky, it is fairly easy and a great way to get some light exercise. The trail is 2 miles long with the end leading to the Bonita Falls. You will need to buy a $5 Adventure Pass to avoid getting a ticket.
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Get new tires for your travels
If you choose to visit any of these trails, you’ll be doing a lot of driving. That means you need the best tires for your vehicle. Right now, Mazda is having a buy three tires get the fourth tire for $1 deal. This deal ends on April 30th, so be sure to come to Fontana Mazda soon. If you would like to learn how we have adjusted to the virus, feel free to reach out to us.