HELP KEEP OUR TRAILS OPEN DURING COVID-19
Glendora trails re-open to the public (North trails - May 9; South Hills - May 10), but those utilizing the trails must continue to practice LA County Public Health guidelines to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
PRACTICE SOCIAL DISTANCING
FACE COVERINGS REQUIRED
DO NOT GATHER IN GROUPS
PACK OUT YOUR TRASH
COMMUNICATE WITH OTHERS AS YOU PASS
The City of Glendora boasts roughly 19 miles of hiking, equestrian and multi-use trails within city limits - 32 trails in all! These trails are primarily divided among two different wilderness areas: Big Dalton Wilderness Area and the South Hills Wilderness Area. Big Dalton Wilderness Area is comprised of approximately 690 acres and contains 14 hiking and multi-use trails varying from easy to very strenuous in difficulty. South Hills Wilderness Area is comprised of approximately 2200 acres and contains 15 hiking and multi-use trails varying from easy to strenuous in difficulty.
The Glendora Trails Committee is currently responsible for the general maintenance and improvement of all existing trails within the City. The committee receives assistance with general trails maintenance through volunteers under the City’s Adopt A Park program, as well as through Trails Day events twice a year. These Trails Day events occur every April and November, alternating between Big Dalton Canyon Wilderness and South Hills Wilderness. To volunteer or inquire about becoming a member of the Glendora Trails Committee, contact Dick Swinney at email@example.com