Bailey Canyon Trail to Jones Peak is a 6.2 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Sierra Madre, CA that features a waterfall and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and trail running and is accessible year-round.
Would not recommend if you don't start before 8am; little to no shade, dry winds. View is amazing, definite booty blaster
Nice trail especially at spring time, when there are a lot of spring flowers in bloom. The hardest part of the trail is after George's cabin, when the switch backs get shorter and steeper.
It was great but I wished I could see something through the dense fog lots of great wild flowers during the spring!!!
Awesome hike !!! Rewarded. Lots of switch backs but is worth it. Nice views and excellent workout. It's not too hard if you hike regularly. Beautiful.
It's a tough trail with a lot of switchbacks, but it's great hiking. I had to slow down but I can't wait to do it again.
Good workout. Don't be discouraged by the "hard" rating, it's more of a moderate hike.
Great hike steep ascend though
it may have seemed steeper than it actually was because of the heat. the trail is in great shape and the scenery at the top was great.
awsome so awsome we named our dog after this trail!!
this hike is definitely hard very good workout!
fairly hard hike with switch backs nice connection to mt wilson
Not a terribly difficult hike but it was extremely hot as most of the trail is in direct sunlight. Lots of quick switchbacks and some steep areas with slippery footing. Trails are narrow and most are on the edge of the mountain so not recommended for beginners. Bug spray and a wide-brimmed hat come in helpful. Nice views at the top.
It was a lot of fun !
Great hike with some seriously amazing views. Near the bottom of the trail there's a lot of traffic from hikers to runners, but at the top you can be almost completely alone with some great views of la. Pretty strenuous but hike on!