Trailhead: 32.975424, -117.015390
Fork in the Road (hike left): 32.976944, -117.007509
Tooth Rock: 32.979492, -117.011598
Hike: 3.2 miles total Level: Mildly Strenuous
Dogs-Friendly: Yes Kid-Friendly: Yes
Tooth Rock is impressively large up close and offers a beautiful view of the valley. The hike is not too strenuous, although there is a hill you have to climb so be ready for it! The trail up the hill is filled with rocks, making it a bit difficult to climb. Make sure to wear proper hiking shoes.
This spot is located in an area known as Rattlesnake Canyon and yes, it lives up to its name. Be very mindful of what's below you if you choose to venture out here. We have come across 6 rattlesnakes on trail during 2 trips here!
This area gets a very showy display of wildflowers in the springtime:
You have a mild hill to climb. I'd pick the cooler months or an early morning/evening to do this hike:
I came across what I believe is a legless lizard: