Hiking Falling Rock Canyon To Sugarloaf And Ontario Peak

Hiking Falling Rock Canyon To Sugarloaf And Ontario Peak

Falling Rock Canyon is a strenuous Class 2 off-trail hike accessed from the Icehouse Canyon trailhead. In this guide, I will provide photos, maps, a GPX file, and a trip report for a hike of Falling Rock Canyon to Sugar Loaf Peak and Ontario Peak.

Hiking Sunset Peak Via The East Ridge Trail

Hiking Sunset Peak Via The East Ridge Route Trail

There are a few ways to hike to the 5796′ summit of Sunset Peak. In this post, I’ll detail a hike where I combined the two eastern approaches, ascending the east ridge trail route and descending on the eastern approach fire road.

Hiking Cucamonga Peak via Icehouse Canyon Trail

Hiking Cucamonga Peak via Icehouse Canyon Trail

Cucamonga Peak via the Icehouse Canyon Trail is a 12 mile out-and-back hike that gains 4,339ft with a max elevation of 8,858ft. Located in the Cucamonga Wilderness of the San Bernardino National Forest, Cucamonga Peak sits in the front range of the San Gabriel Mountains. Although Mt. Baldy is the most well known peak in the San Gabriels, Cucamonga Peak is known for commanding the best views.

Hiking Mt. Baldy via the Ski Hut Trail (Baldy Bowl Trail)

Mt. Baldy via the Ski Hut Trail is one of the most popular hikes in Southern California. The Ski Hut Trail is also known as the Baldy Bowl Trail, which should not be confused with the Baldy Bowl mountaineering route. This hike begins at the 6160ft trailhead of Manker Flats and gains 4100ft of elevation in 4 miles to the 10,064 summit of Mt. Baldy.

Hiking Mt Baldy via Bear Canyon Old Mt. Baldy Trail

Hiking Mt. Baldy via Bear Canyon Trail (Old Mt. Baldy Trail)

The Bear Canyon Trail, also known as Old Mt. Baldy Trail, is one of the toughest routes leading to the 10,064 summit of Mt. Baldy. Gaining 5,848ft in 6.4 miles, this hike requires a solid base level of fitness and a lot of determination.

Hiking North Etiwanda Preserve to Etiwanda Falls

Hiking The North Etiwanda Preserve To Etiwanda Falls

The major draw of the North Etiwanda Preserve is Etiwanda Falls, which sits at the foothills of the Cucamonga Wilderness. Etiwanda Falls is a magical place of lush green narrows and cascading water, an unusual site in the desert landscapes of Southern California.