Sapphire Falls Waterfall Hike (Rancho Cucamonga)

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The trail no longer follows as it is outlined below. Read the end of the post for updated information.

Update August 2013: Numerous people have told us the area is currently closed due to high fire danger. We have no ETA of when it will be open again but will update this post if we hear it is re-opened.

Oh the beauty of summer. There are summits to climb, trails to ride and waterfalls to swim in. It is the time of a year where a hike that fords a river is welcomed, and planning hikes that end somewhere with running water is a must. In that spirit, Zac and I set out to hike to Sapphire Falls in the Cucamonga wilderness near the city of Rancho Cucamonga. A hike that is short enough to allow many people to do it, long enough to give you a workout, and with a beautiful waterfall at that end that you can actually climb. Read one for the full review. 

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Sapphire Falls is the perfect hike for a hot summer day. This was our second time hiking to the falls, and last time we did it was in the early spring so the water was to cold to swim in. We decided to try hiking it again when the weather would be warm and the huge natural pools would have plenty of areas to explore. Also, this hike has a waterfall at the end with a rope that allows you to climb it to reach more of the trail.

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The trail starts at a small dirt parking lot a couple miles off the 210 freeway. It is right up against a wash, and you will have to walk through some of the wash in order to get to the trail. The gate above is where the trail starts, immediately heading down into the wash. From there you will cross the stream and meet back up with the actual trail that will take you the falls, it also passes a water runoff right away.

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This trail is extremely beautiful as it goes through lush plant life, a good size stream and many boulders. The main downfall to this trail is that due to it ease of access there are lots of people that abuse the trail by painting lots of graffiti as well as leaving lots of trash. It is sad to see such a beautiful trail degrading like this but it is still an amazing hike. Make sure if you are planning to hike this you remember the saying “Leave only footprints, take only pictures” so that we can continue trying to protect this hike from getting worse.

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The trail continues for another couple miles, and crosses back and forth over the stream. It is clearly marked and is perfect for summer as you can wade through the water and don’t have to worry about a proper line of rocks for crossing. The end of the trail also has a part with a large amount of bolders in the way, that look like they have fell down since last time we hiked it. They are not hard to scramble over, and once you have you catch a glimpse of the swimming area and entrance to the falls.

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As stated earlier you can actually climb the falls in order to continue the trail to another waterfall behind. However, this proved to be difficult for me as there is no footing under the waterfall so you will have to swim over to the rope and them pull yourself up out of the water. Zac was able to do it but I was not. It was also fun to watch others try to make the climb. I would say about 50% of the people that I saw were successful, so make sure you work on your upper arm strength if you are planning to climb it.

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Zac continued onto the next waterfall and said it was much like the first. I stayed and swam in the pool and talked with some of the other hikers. There was a good amount of people taking in the falls that day so leave early if you want to fight less of the crowds. After that we made our way back out of the canyon and back to the parking lot.

All in all this is a great hike for the summer time. There is beautiful views at every turn, and it is not to physically challenging of a hike to do. If you are in the area I would suggest you check it out sometime.

Duration: 2 hour and 28 minutes
Length: 4.2 miles
Total Elevation Gain: 1300 ft (I think the GPS wasn’t working right, as this is probably less)
Difficulty Level: Easy
Trail map: Click Here

Possible Closure and New Trail Route:

Update (5/29/2012) - We are getting more comments and emails that Sapphire Falls is now closed. We have not had a chance to go out and check but please be advised that others have said there are hefty fines for going into the area now that it is closed. There is a ton of other great hikes in  SoCal so don’t chance a fine if this hike is now closed. Check the comments for more updates on this and make sure to leave a comment if you go and find it to be different.

Update (6/18/2012) – John G from the comments said he emailed the city of Rancho Cucamonga mayors office and got this response.

There is no legal Sapphire Falls hiking trail. Most of the paths into Cucamonga Canyon and the Cucamonga Falls illegally cross private property. Because of tremendous vandalism and other problems, the private property owners have signed No Trespassing orders and asked the City to enforce No Trespassing laws.

There is one legal access up Skyline to Big Tree Road and all the way back to the stream crossing and then down to Cucamonga Falls, and that path/road is still open. Any deviation off that path and across private property is not permitted, however, and anyone caught may be cited.”

Here is an image from the City of Rancho Cucamonga page on the new falls trail. That page has information on other aspects of the trail as well.

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So it looks like if you are wanting to go to the falls without getting a ticket you will need to abide by the above directions.

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About Josh


My name is Josh and I am a fan of the outdoors. On the weekends you will find me hiking or trying to complete any of the numerous adventures I have on my list. I live in Southern California and love the deversity that allows me to have in my daily life. I am part of the OutdoorPros Adventure Team. I also love photography and you can find me blogging on my California Travel Blog or Seek the Sunrise.

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  • ashley

    How do u get to the fall.

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    • Razorhead13

      Rancho entrance is closed. you can still get there through upland
      google map 11w West 26th Street upland 91784, and follow the road all the way to the end where there are no homes, and park take the wash north.

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      • http://opadventureteam.com/2011/07/12/sapphire-fall-waterfall-hike/ Monique

        Are the falls closed for good or is there still a way to get to them? i went last year for summer like every weekend!! =(

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        • http://californiathroughmylens.com Josh

          Monique, people have talked about a lot of different ways to get there, but from what I can tell they are handing out citations if you go the main way to the falls. I have not been but that is what people have told me.

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  • ashley

    How do u get to the fall. From the freeway. 15 to tthe 215 and where do u go from there?

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  • http://opadventureteam.com OutdoorPros

    From the 15 take the 210 west and get off on Carnelian st and turn right, then turn left onto hillside road, and right onto sapphire st, then left on almond st and the parking lot will be on the left

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    • Kay

      Is there a fee for parking?

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      • http://joshcmcnair.wordpress.com Josh

        I don’t believe there is a fee but I would display your adventure pass

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  • Lara

    I live in Claremont California, about 20 minutes west of Rancho Cucamanga. If I hopped onto the 210 East, what would I do from there on? I tried to look up the spot through YELP and Google and had no luck!

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  • Josh

    Lara, the parking lot is right around this address 8043 almond st, rancho cucamonga, ca 91701, You should be able to find it is your mapquest directions between you location and that address. Let me know if it doesnt work!

    Josh

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    • Lara

      Thank you! I can’t wait! I will keep you posted! :0)

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  • Dorie G…

    Im so excited to hike the Falls, Would basic tennis shoes be ok ? I’m just getting back into hiking, its been years sense I have hiked, any pointers that may help a girl getting back to nature..

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  • http://joshcmcnair.wordpress.com Josh

    Dorie, glad you are getting back into hiking! You should be fine with basic tennis shoes, just make sure to take it easy on the rocks so you don’t roll an ankle but other then that it should be good. This is a perfect hike to get back into it, the milage isnt to bad and there are a lot of cool things to see, let us know how it goes for you!

    Josh

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  • Jonathan

    I went here the other day. AMAZING. but we chose a more difficult route, maybe hf way on the trail ww noticed a yellow rope hanging down the side of a mountain that looms pretty difficult to scale . So if you see that rope . You should climb it. Supeeerr fun

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    • http://joshcmcnair.wordpress.com Josh

      Jonathan,

      That sounds like a blast! Thanks for giving us the update. Does it just lead you along the ridge above the first falls? Send us a picture if you have one

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  • Jonathan

    I went here the other day. AMAZING. but we chose a more difficult route, maybe hf way on the trail ww noticed a yellow rope hanging down the side of a mountain that looms pretty difficult to scale . So if you see that rope . You should climb it. Supeeerr fun

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  • trinh

    i wana go there with my friends but wer all scared of snakes and wild animals..so did u see any snakes or anything ?

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    • http://joshcmcnair.wordpress.com Josh

      Trinh,

      We saw a snake the first time we went like a year ago but did not on the most recent hike. I would say it is probably pretty rare

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  • http://jandsrvparts.com Tosh

    Your can also take the fire trail all the way up and it leads to the top of the waterfalls. It is more of an adventure and a hike that is unbelievable. There are some techinical spots and some higher areas to jump off of, so no children, but it is the best hike! It will take apporximately 4-5 hours if your hiking at your leisure.:)

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    • http://joshcmcnair.wordpress.com Josh

      Thanks Tosh that sounds like a blast! Will have to try that next time we head up there!

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  • James

    I wanna go with my friend but I don’t know wut time you guys open ? lol also is there any equipment to bring?

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    • http://joshcmcnair.wordpress.com Josh

      James,

      You should be able to hike whenever you feel like it, I am not aware of any set hours.

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      • James

        thank you :)
        so you’re saying we could go anytime right? like early in the morning?

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  • steave

    It is a shame you have posted this on the internet, you have destroyed this place. now because of the increased traffic this is a very cramped and uncomfortable place with nothing but taggers, dare devils and gang bangers. this place was once a serene location with beautiful scenery that when ventured you would only meet another group or two. now there is a line to get through this place and the environment is destroyed with spray paint, kudos to you for ruining another secret location that would let the locals escape the pains of our horrid society.

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    • Paula

      I first hiked Cucamonga Canyon in 1972 when I was just 17 years old. The area was pristine and magical. My cat, Golem, hiked with me, traversing along an animal trail above the main trail — it was so peaceful. I would love to see the canyon cleaned up the way Tahquitz Falls has been in Palm Springs. At Tahquitz Canyon, one must pay at the nature center entrance to hike these Indian Reservation lands.

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      • http://californiathroughmylens.com/ Josh

        Ya I agree, it would be an amazing place if it was clean and I would pay a couple bucks to hike it like Tahquitz.

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  • http://joshcmcnair.wordpress.com Josh

    Steave,

    Thanks for expressing your concerns and I understand them completely, as you can see in the pictures the graffiti has been there long before we were able to go and I talk about how much I hate it in the original post. Our blog is dedicated completely to outdoor adventures and the environment is super important to us, so hopefully our readers will be more willing to pick up trash, clean and try to keep this place beautiful as they have more of a respect for the environment then most. I am with you on hating the fact that this beautiful place has been so destroyed with graffiti but bringing awareness to it is a good way to help people realize they must take better care of the environment if they want to maintain their favorite hikes beauty as well.

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  • Travis

    I would like to know more about the different paths to take and the second waterfall. I am new to hiking but recently went to eaton canyon waterfall and Im hooked. The more challenging the better. Without climbing gear of course. Thank you

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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1415210020 Scylla Presley

    cant wait to go

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  • Devin

    Ive been here a few times now. The first time i went. My girlfriend and i took our puppy on the hike alot of people told us they took there dogs up there. but little did we realize your hike would be limited at the falls. So our 2nd trip up we made sure to wear Dry fit clothes and Watershoes (with sole helps ALOT for the rocky Terrain) and leave our puppy home.. as you can see from the picture the one guy on the rope at the waterfall you can Swim to the rope climb up and there is still 2x the trail to hike. A lot cleaner and less tagging. then to our surprise we found not 1 but 2 more waterfalls the further you went. 2nd waterfall is very easy to climb up (big stick to step on and big rope to pull yourself). But the 3rd waterfall Very risky business. yet again there are ropes to climb it. but It is very unsafe conditions Basically rock climbing 50+ feet in the air and trusting your hands wont slip or you have the strength to hold you up. I went across got the top of the waterfall walked up to see there’s a big berm that the water has formed in the rock. you can literally take a 10 -15 sec waterside with the waterfall and out into a big pool of water. Was quite amazing but would never recommend it to anyone. im sure you can keep going but haven’t felt secure enough to go that far. Overall a Great day to spend a hot day.

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    • http://joshcmcnair.wordpress.com Josh

      Devin, thanks for the response and for your great recap of the additional waterfalls. I will have to try and climb the second one next time we are there as I haven’t seen the third one yet. Thanks for the heads up!

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  • angelica

    I live in Rancho Cucamonga off of Haven…how do you get there and can you just go or do you need to pay to hike?

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  • Jenifer

    Im sorry so late on commenting on this. I have hiked this since i was a little girl only learning a different starting point. If you drive all the way up sapphire park and then walk pass the gate, up the road to your left is a dirt area if you walk toward the edge a steep trail starts there which will bring you to a rocky cliff with trees and logs. That is where the yellow rope attaches to. Its about 40ft from what ii remember but climbing down iit is the greatest feeling and so much fun. Def not for small children. When u get to the bottom i would say your about halfway thru and closer to the first fall. Its such a thrill!

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    • http://californiathroughmylens.com Josh

      Jenifer,

      Thanks for sharing, I will look for this area next time I am there!

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  • http://Yahoo.com Anna

    Can you camp out anywhere near here?

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    • http://californiathroughmylens.com Josh

      Anna, I am not sure on that one, maybe someone else in the comments can answer this

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  • http://openadventureteam.com john

    The City of Rancho Cucamonga is going to close access to Cucamonga Creek for the tens of thousands that use it.Permanently. Final vote by the City is in May. You may want to attend if you would like to have access to this nice area.

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    • http://www.giattilaw.com Fabian

      Has anyone thought about suing the city? There seems to be a possible easement that may have been created throughout the years. There is a concept in the law called the well-worn footpath rule. I this case, and I used to hike there as a kid, there is a public interest in accessing the public land and I am interested in how these private homeowners can prevent the public from accessing it. If the city does not want vandals, etc. then it should have the police patrol it. I am sure that the hikers would not mind and even feel safe from possible gangs. This is a disgrace. I am a lawyer and can’t believe this happened without the public stopping it. I guess my years in the Bay Area tainted my view of how citizens can get things like this (keeping access to our public land) done.

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  • http://msva1971@yahoo.com Vicky

    Do you know if Sapphire Falls is closed now?

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    • http://californiathroughmylens.com Josh

      Vicky, I am not sure if it is still open, I have not heard one way or the other. Sorry!

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  • Jen

    I am going to this location some time this week, so I will let you know if it is closed or not !

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    • http://californiathroughmylens.com Josh

      Thanks Jen that would be great!

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  • http://opadventureteam.com/2011/07/12/sapphire-fall-waterfall-hike/ Angie

    No it’s still open , I went today definitely a nice hike

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  • Nar

    I received this Email reply from the City Manager’s office:

    There is no legal Sapphire Falls hiking trail. Most of the paths into Cucamonga Canyon and the Cucamonga Falls illegally cross private property. Because of tremendous vandalism and other problems, the private property owners have signed No Trespassing orders and asked the City to enforce No Trespassing laws.

    There is one legal access up Skyline to Big Tree Road and all the way back to the stream crossing and then down to Cucamonga Falls, and that path/road is still open. Any deviation off that path and across private property is not permitted, however, and anyone caught may be cited.

    Hopefully this answers your question. Please feel free to let me know if you have any other questions, however.

    John G

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    • http://californiathroughmylens.com Josh

      John,

      Thank you for leaving this information! I will add it to the post so that others can see it as well!

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      • Nar

        I’m not John, that’s the name of the City Manager in Rancho Cucamonga :)

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  • Cindi

    The information from the Mayor’s office is correct, but don’t be misled. There is one path in as described, but it is not the easy, family friendly hike others have described here and on other websites. The only legal route is difficult and you have to return the same way you go in…only it’s way easier to go down to the falls than back up. If you can’t get back up, the only way out is along the stream…where you will get a $600 fine. So, this hike is now suited to the more serious hikers–and since those folks aren’t the kind of people who tag and leave trash, that is a good thing. As a local, I am seriously saddened that I cannot take my family there anymore, but the graffiti is so bad now that I wouldn’t want to go anyway. I hope the city uses some of the money they are getting from fines to clean up the falls so that those who CAN make the trip legally will once again have a beautiful place to visit.

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  • Josue Gonzalez

    I Just went there today july 28th and as my cousin and I were walking people where walking back and told us that its closed and they were handing out tickets. We went through where its legal, but that trail is a workout and not easy. Unfortunately we didn’t make it to the falls because we came to a point where there were no trails. We didn’t want to get lost so we just went back.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/#!/weekend.hikes.1 Weekend Hikes

    Did this hike 8-11-12

    This is an excellent hike. The graffiti and trash disgusts me, my group bagged out 5 full contractor bags of trash, so sad.

    We walked up the fire road (Big Tree Road) approximately 2 miles to what the city calls the stream crossing Which is a concrete bridge sor of at the top of the wash. Travelled down the stream to the bottom. Unfortunatel we decided to trespass at the end, but the legal way is to go back up the way you came and follow the fire road back the way you came.

    Either way, it is an awesome hike, not very difficult, beautiful waterfalls and pools to play in.

    We parked on Almond right at the intersection of Almond and Skyline and were fine.

    More details on my Hiking FB page (lookup Weekend Hikes on Facebook)
    http://www.facebook.com/#!/weekend.hikes.1

    Here is the route we took
    http://www.everytrail.co…

    Here is the letter i received from the city
    In case anyone is planning on checking out Sapphire Falls. Here is the official word from the City of Rancho Cucamonga.

    I don’t have a more detailed map for you, but the trail to take to the Falls is Skyline Road (the only legal trail that is). It goes all the way up to a place called Stream Crossing (for obvious reasons) and once you get to that point, you follow the stream back down to the falls. It is long hike and hilly and you need to be careful to hike out the same way you came in because if you go to the bottom of the falls and try to follow the stream out at the south end you will be trespassing in the wash. The hike is a good 90 minutes each way to the falls, probably about 4-5 miles. Because the falls are inside the National Forest, and outside our City limits, I don’t have any actual maps that show them. You can probably see them on Google earth and any good hiking map of the San Bernardino foothills will also show…where they are.

    John R. Gillison
    City Manager
    City of Rancho Cucamonga

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    • http://californiathroughmylens.com Josh

      Thanks for the great review and comment! I’m sure it will be helpful to everyone who is trying to get to the falls.

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  • Bernadette

    Do you have to know how to swim?

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    • http://californiathroughmylens.com Josh

      Yes, you would want to know how to swim to attempt this hike.

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  • http://twitter.com/caliboichris Chris

    Why would people vandalize these trails? They ruin it for people who actually enjoy the scenery, they should really just have some officers or whatever walking around and arresting people to vandalize or ticketing them cause all they do is ruin good things for other people.

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  • http://XtremeHikers.com Xtreme Hikers

    Hey guys! After reading Josh’s blog, I decided to check this place out for myself. So, a few friends and myself took to the trails and I decided to try and answer everyone’s questions, as best as possible, on my blog.

    Here is the link;
    http://xtremehikers.com/sapphire-canyon-falls-details

    The post includes detailed directions on how to get there, how to get in, and how to get out without getting a ticket. I also created a Google Earth map with a map overlay, provided by the City of Rancho Cucamgonga, so that you can see how this route avoids going through private properties and keeps you from trespassing. At the bottom of the post, it has a link to our Facebook album for Sapphire Canyon Falls and a link to our Everytrail page which maps the route we took with photos as placemarks, so you can see what to look for. Hope this help you guys and feel free to share with others!

    Keep it Xtreme!,
    XtremeHikers

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  • Sharon Hunt

    I am hoping and praying that the canyon remains closed forever! I am so tired of the appalling lack of civility displayed by the mostly out of town “hikers.” The canyon is now a reflection of urban decay filled with graffiti and trash. We owe it to the remaining wildlife in the area to protect their home. Residents should ban together to figure out away to restore the canyon and keep it that way. Please respect the residents and the wildlife and STAY AWAY.

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  • Terrell Hudson

    Sapphire is now open but I do agree with the the discussion of trash yea its dangerous and it makes the place look bad but when it comes to the graffiti that’s what makes sapphire such an amazing place to be. Its an accomplishment to everyone whos signed there name or did some crazy art its about living life and theres no harm in people for once taking a day to explore nature thats what we lack the most in society is you can enjoy the simple things in life without a cost

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