Mount San Antonio – Climbing, Hiking & Mountaineering

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Mount San Antonio

Photo credit: Anthony Vito Fiore

Anthony Vito Fiore - Mount San Antonio photo

Mount San Antonio

Photo credit: Anthony Vito Fiore

Mount San Antonio photo

Mount San Antonio

Photo credit: Jengod

  • Elevation: 3068 m
  • Difficulty: Walk up
  • Best months to climb: January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
  • Convenient center: Mount Baldy Village

Mount San Antonio Climbing Notes

local hiker from UNITED STATES writes:

Did Baldy via Ski Hut up/Backbone down Sun Feb 11, 2018. Almost all of trails were dry; just literally a couple ice patches in shady sections of Ski Hut that were easy to avoid. The snow/ice from past weeks seemed to have mostly melted, and even West Baldy looked clear and dry.

Not sure if new weather system will drop anything, but trails were good though scree did seem extra loose, perhaps from earlier snow melt. I was glad I had my poles.

Do respect Baldy in winter, though. It was windy and cold on Sun, always carry at least spikes just in case, strongly consider poles, and be safe in the high exposure areas.

2018-02-12

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7. Cucamonga Peak (2700 m) 9.2 km
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