- The Santa Ana River Trail crosses the stream several times. Topography ranges from meadows and pines, to streamside, to steep chaparral mountainsides. Elevations range from 8,000 feet down to 4,000 feet. The trail continues to the southern boundary of San Bernardino National Forest.
Santa Ana River Trail interpretive panels along the river north of Barton Flats show plants and animals that depend on the river, including insects and fish that live in the water. The trail is a good place for watch for dippers, yellow warblers, red-breasted sapsuckers, raccoons, two-striped farther snakes, quail, and signs of deer. River has populations of rainbow and brook trout.
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