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Hiking: Cucamonga Peak via Icehouse Canyon

Summit elevation: 8,858 feet
12 miles with 4,200 feet of climbing
Cucamonga Peak • Route Profile
Route Profile

Cucamonga Peak • Description

Icehouse Canyon, located above Mount Baldy village, is a popular trailhead.
The steep trail leads up to Icehouse Saddle (3.4 miles), where it splits into Cucamonga Peak, Ontario Peak and Bighorn Peak, and the Three Tees. The next section, which passes two small caves, leads around Bighorn Peak to a saddle between Bighorn Peak and Cucamonga Peak. The final section consists of steep switchbacks up to Cucamonga Peak (2.5 miles total).
A National Forest Adventure Pass and Wilderness Permit is required, the latter of which can be self-issued at the trailhead.

Cucamonga Peak • Interactive Map

Cucamonga Peak • Pictures

Cucamonga Peak • Mount Baldy
Mount Baldy
Cucamonga Peak • Mount San Gorgonio and Mount San Jacinto
Mount San Gorgonio and Mount San Jacinto
Cucamonga Peak
Cucamonga Peak
Cucamonga Peak • View of the Inland Empire
View of the Inland Empire
Cucamonga Peak • Caves

Cucamonga Peak • Personal Notes

Sandra and I hiked this trail. While the Inland Empire was covered in June Gloom, we started our day above the clouds.
See Also: Hiking & Backpacking
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