Terri Peak Loop
ElevationAscent: 913' 278 m
Descent: -916' -279 m
High: 2,527' 770 m
Low: 1,669' 509 m
GradeAvg Grade: 7% (4°)
Max Grade: 23% (13°)
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“A great loop and an alternative to the Terri Peak Summit out-and-back.”— Ryan W
Family Friendly One of the best trails in the park made into a loop.
From here, follow the road for less than 0.25 mile to the Lake Perris Path - West, which is just south of the paved road and is accessed near Sail Cove. This equestrian trail is not very busy and is well-packed sand. It has nothing by the way of big rocks, roots, etc.
This trail gives beautiful views of the lake through trees and grasslands as it gently climbs back to Horse Camp. The equestrian trail is quite scenic. It follows the lake through tall grasses for spectacular views of the park. Sandy footing makes it easy.
Many people do not even know this trail exists so it is somewhat secluded. There is even some shade from various trees such as eucalyptus. Maybe you'll even get lucky towards sunset and spot a deer or coyote.