Dollar Lake Saddle From Mill Creek Topo Map

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The Falls Creek Trail, climbing from Mill Creek Canyon to Dollar Lake Saddle atop the main divide, is one of the historic pathways in the San Gorgonio Wilderness. The lower part of it was constructed by John W. Dobbs in 1898, in order to tap the water of Falls Creek and build a ?ume for a hydroelectric plant in lower Mill Creek. Unfortunately, the Forest Service has closed the lower portion of the trail because of an objection by a property owner in Mill Creek Canyon. Now the only legitimate route into Falls Creek from below is via the Momyer Creek Trail and the Alger Creek Lateral Trail, a roundabout way that adds 6 miles to the round-trip. Nevertheless, this trip is an inviting one, reaching into the geographical center of the wilderness and giving access to three beautiful trail camps—Alger Creek, Dobbs Cabin, and Saxton. You can stay the night at one of these trail camps and return the same way, or you can use the route as a springboard for any of several wilderness loop trips, the best of which are mentioned at the end of this trip.
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Redlands, California

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