Gray's Peak Trail

San Bernardino National Forest, California

Distance3.0mi
Elevation Gain667ft
Trailhead Elevation6,759ft
Top7,075ft
Elevation Min/Max6759/7075ft
Elevation Start/End6759/6759ft

Gray's Peak Trail

Gray's Peak Trail is a hiking and biking trail in San Bernardino County, California. It is within San Bernardino National Forest. It is three miles long and begins at 6,759 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 1.5 miles with a total elevation gain of 667 feet. The Gray's Peak Trailhead parking is near the trailhead. There are also restrooms. The trail ends near the Yellow Post 1 camp site and Grays Peak (elevation 7,920 feet). This trail connects with the following: 2n04x and Forest Road 2n70.

Gray's Peak Trail Professional Reviews and Guides

"Forested 7,952-foot Grays Peak looms close over the western end of Big Bear Lake. The peak is named for Gray’s Landing on the north shore of the lake, founded by Alex Gray in 1918 and still used by anglers.

This easy-graded, pleasant walk through stands of Je?rey pine, black oak, and white ?r, lies partly on trail, partly on ?re road. Grays Peak is a bald eagle wintering habitat area and the trail is closed to public use from November 1 to April 1."

"Grays Peak is named for Alex Gray, who founded Gray’s Landing on the north shore of Big Bear Lake in 1918. The 7952- foot summit is heavily forested, making for an enjoyable walk through the woods. This is one of the most popular moderate hikes in the Big Bear area and you should expect to have plenty of company on a pleasant summer day. The trailhead is in winter habitat for bald eagles and is closed from November 1 to April 1."

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Trail Information

San Bernardino National Forest
Nearby City
San Bernardino National Forest
Parks
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
Moderate
Skill Level
Gold Mountain Memorial Park
Local Contacts
Fawnskin (7.5-minute)
Local Maps