Views · Wildflowers
The trails in the park may be closed for three days following rain.
This trail ascends from Anaheim Hills Trail
to the trailhead for Weir Canyon Loop Trail
and then continues to the northeastern boundary of Santiago Oaks Regional park. From where it links with Anaheim Hills Trail
to the trailhead, the trail is often referred to as both Weir Canyon Trail
and Anaheim Hills Trail
, so keep this in mind while running.
The trail follows the gentle topography of small hills and side canyons as it gradually climbs. There are several intersections along the trail, ignore them and stay on the main trail. At 2.8 miles the trail U-turns and heads back west and south toward a water tower. At the water tower, and the end of the trail (3.3 miles) the trail becomes Old Weir Canyon Trail
Thanks to John McKinney, The Trailmaster, for sharing this trail description. To learn more about trails in California, check out his guides at The Trailmaster Store
Flora & Fauna
Runners may see wildflowers on this trail during the spring.
Shared By: John McKinney