Icehouse Saddle from Lytle Creek

Mount Baldy, California 91759

Icehouse Saddle from Lytle Creek

Icehouse Saddle from Lytle Creek Professional Review and Guide

"This trip takes the back way up to Icehouse Saddle. It follows the middle fork of Lytle Creek past three pleasant trail camps before making the steep climb to the saddle. A herd of bighorn sheep roam the crumbling canyon walls. Chickadees sing from the trees and wildflowers decorate the trail. You are much more likely to find solitude on this side of Icehouse Saddle, though the trail camps are favored by Boy Scout troops."

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Trail Information

Mount Baldy
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
12
Distance
3,600 feet
Elevation Gain
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Difficult
Skill Level
6 hours
Duration
June-October
Season
Angeles National Forest
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Oct 2018