A scenic trail that takes trekkers through fields sometimes carpeted with flowers surrounding Diamond Valley Lake in Hemet reopened to the public next week, but only for a season.
The 1.3-mile Wildflower Trail became available Wednesday, March 24, offering visitors an opportunity to see nature blooming with the onset of spring.
“We generally keep the trail open until late spring, so people have a couple of months to enjoy it,” Rebecca Kimitch, representative of Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, told City News Service.
Other trails around the lake, mainly the 5.9-mile North Hills Trail and the 21.8-mile Lakeview Trail, are available year-round and have remained open during the coronavirus public health lockdowns.
In March and April 2019, the Wildflower Trai