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Cucamonga Peak – Climbing, Hiking & Mountaineering

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Cucamonga Peak Climbing Notes

Michael J from UNITED STATES writes:

Hiked up Cucamonga via Icehouse Canyon on Saturday. <br/>Small patches of snow/ice from 7500ft to the peak. <br/> <br/>Crampons not required at this point. <br/>2 larger sections that require crampons to walk through, but there is a small use trail which has been made to climb straight up to the next switchback, bypassing the ice. <br/> <br/>Windy and cold on the West faces, warm on the East faces. <br/>Recommend bringing a hard shell jacket, beanie, maybe some lightweight gloves. <br/> <br/>I was down to shorts / shirt when on the East faces, bundled up on the West.

2017-05-08

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