Discover the dog-friendly Pacific Electric Inland Empire Trail, a gem nestled in the western San Bernardino Valley, California. Following the path of the iconic Pacific Electric Railway, you’ll come across one of the last remaining railway depots from the San Bernardino line, located in Rancho Cucamonga on Etiwanda Avenue. It’s a fascinating glimpse into the region’s past.
Begin your adventure at the trailhead on Route 66 (Foothill Blvd) and Baker in Rancho Cucamonga, where the trail features a spacious 10-foot-wide concrete path for cyclists, alongside a companion side path of decomposed granite.
The Upland segment of the trail offers an asphalt pathway, adorned with lovely landscaping. As you pass through residential neighborhoods and bustling commercial corridors, you’ll find yourself immersed in the local ambiance. The trail connects to the city of Claremont.
Spanning a distance of 21 miles when fully completed, the Pacific Electric Inland Empire Trail will stretch from Rialto to Claremont, providing a comprehensive east-west pathway for exploration.