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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

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  • 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

Anthony from UNITED STATES writes:

Great hike there are multiple ways to go you can take the ski lift then take Devils Back Bone. You can take the service road at Manker Flats to the top of the ski lift or you can take ski hut trail that's off of the service road don't forget to check out San Antonio falls when you are there.

2016-05-19

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1. Mount Baldy (San Gabriel Range) (3068 m) 0.0 km
2. Mount Harwood (2911 m) 1.2 km
3. Sugarloaf Peak (2110 m) 5.4 km
4. Telegraph Peak (California) (2738 m) 5.4 km
5. Iron Mountain (2440 m) 6.1 km
6. Ontario Peak (2649 m) 7.1 km
7. Cucamonga Peak (2700 m) 9.2 km
8. Mount Baden-Powell (2867 m) 13.4 km
9. Mount Burnham (2742 m) 14.7 km
10. South Mount Hawkins (2372 m) 15.3 km