Love nature? Love great scenery? If you answered “yes” to both questions, then you might just want to come climb the trails in Corona!
Recently as a part of me and my friend’s “Lomo Fridays”, I hiked the trails to the top of Main Street in Corona.
We started at the base of the hills as we embarked on our adventure. As we hiked, we noticed many photographic objects in the area like an old abandoned radio tower and rusted fences. We continued our climb through the the narrow trails until we reached a split in the road. Being adventurous, we decided it would be best to take both of the trails and explore the whole area. When we reached the top of the first area there was an old house that had burned down in a fire and what was left was just a “graffiti-ed” basement, which made for great shots.
As we continued on we discovered that the path we had chosen merged back with the trail we decided to go through second which was very nice. We were left standing in an open field of wheat crops that looked beautiful in the sunlight.
Overall, these trails are a fantastic place to hike across because of the great scenery and relaxing feelings they bring.
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