Delamar Mountain

Big Bear City, California 92314

Delamar Mountain

Delamar Mountain Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"At 8,398 feet, Delamar Mountain is the highest point on the ridge between Big Bear Lake and Holcomb Valley. Its boulder-covered summit stands above the forest, providing panoramic views of the San Bernardino Mountains. This hike reaches the summit by following the PCT through the forest, then making a steep cross-country ascent of the mountain’s north slopes."

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Detailed Trail Descriptions from Our Guidebooks

Afoot and Afield: Inland Empire (Wilderness Press)
David & Jennifer Money Harris
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"Delamar Mtn. (8398´) is the high point on the ridge between Big Bear Lake and Holcomb Valley. The summit boulders stand clear of the dense forest, granting panoramic views in all directions. This trip reaches the mountain from the east by way of the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT)." Read more
100 Hikes in Southern California: San Bernardino Mountain Trails (Wilderness Press)
John W. Robinson with David Money Harris
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"Delamar Mountain stands 8,398 feet tall on the divide separating the Holcomb Creek drainage from Big Bear Lake. From its rocky, forested summit, you are rewarded with a superb panorama of the central San Bernardinos, with sparkling-blue Big Bear Lake immediately to the south and Holcomb Valley’s historic gold country right below to the north. This trip follows a stretch of the Paci?c Crest Trail (PCT) for 2 miles, then climbs the east ridge of Delamar Mountain through an open forest of Je?rey pine and white ?r. Since part of it is trailless, wear boots with deep tread." Read more

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Trail Information

Big Bear City
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
5
Distance
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Moderate
Skill Level
3 hours
Duration
April–November
Season
San Bernardino National Forest
Local Contacts
USFS PCT Map: Volume 2
Local Maps