Navigating through the North Etiwanda Preserve

Until I went hiking last weekend, I almost forgot how much I really enjoy being outside in nature.  On a whim, my family and I went to the North Etiwanda Preserve in Rancho Cucamonga, CA to hike up a mountain trail.  In retrospect, I'm so glad we decided to go because it was totally worth it.

It was a great family trip because it was a quick little getaway.  It wasn't far from home and a few hours away from the city felt great.  Throughout the whole trail were bits and pieces of information about the history of the area.  Many of the displays contained information about the native people who lived here, the people who migrated through, and the indigenous plants of the preserve.  As we hiked higher and higher on the trail, we got to see a breathtaking view of the Inland Valley.  I paused every few minutes just to admire the view. 

After this trip, my family and I just might take up hiking as a new hobby.


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