Cucamonga Peak

The scenery in the Cucamonga Wilderness is breathtaking. Without a doubt it is the most wild in the San Gabriels. Big Horn Sheep still roam wild. The views are top-notch. From the top you can see most of the better-known peaks in Southern California which include Mt. San Jacinto, Mt. San Gorgonio, and Mt. Baldy.

  • Highlights: Beautiful view of Los Angeles basin, stream
  • Near: Mt. Baldy, CA
  • Distance: 11 miles round trip
  • Elevation Gain/Loss: 3700 ft
  • Hike Time: 6.5 hours
  • Difficulty: 8/10
  • Trail Condition: mostly well maintained trail
  • Best Season: Spring, Summer, Fall
  • Dog Friendly: Yes
  • Kid Friendly: No
  • GPX File Download: >>CLICK HERE<<

Getting to the trail head:

From Los Angeles – 210 fwy (east) to E. Baseline Rd. (left) to Padua Av. (right) to Mt. Baldy Rd. (right) to Icehouse Canyon Rd. (right) to end of road (trail head).

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