Hiking Trails Near Mount Baldy, CA
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Hiking Trails Near Mount Baldy, CA

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Mount Baldy has 15 hiking trails. These trails range from 1.2 to 28 miles in length. The most popular trails are Mt. Baldy: Devil's Backbone Trail, Bighorn Peak Trail and San Antonio Canyon: Ski Hut Trail. Trails.com member Joe A. recently completed Potato Mtn.. See all Mount Baldy trails.
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Three saintly mountains—San Gorgonio, San Jacinto and San Antonio—tower over the City ...
The first time you hike in Icehouse Canyon (named for an ice plant that supplied ...
This day hike utilizes an attractive, but not-so-well-known trail that leads up San Antonio ...
There is an “easy” route to climb Mount Baldy, a moderate way, and a straight-out difficult ...
This fantastic trail takes you to the site of Kelly Camp, one of the most remote former ...
While the Claremont Wilderness Park teems with hikers, nearby Frankish Peak rarely sees ...
Stoddard Peak (4624´) is located on the shoulder of Ontario Peak overlooking San Antonio ...
Potato Mtn. is a seemingly unremarkable bump overlooking the city of Claremont. Though ...
Marshall Creek flows past endless subdivisions alongside the Sierra La Verne golf course. ...
This trip takes the back way up to Icehouse Saddle. It follows the middle fork of Lytle ...
This is the mother of all hikes in Southern California. It tours nine major summits around ...
Cedar Glen Trail Camp is perched on a bench overlooking Icehouse Canyon. This beautiful ...
Lookout Mtn., a seemingly minor bump on the south ridge of Mt. Baldy, plays an important ...
San Antonio Creek begins as a snowfed trickle high up on the east face of Mt. Baldy. It ...
Mt. Baldy is one of the most popular hikes in Southern California. Its summit is high ...
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