Sunset Ridge Road is a 8 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Claremont, California that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Either take a ridge trail to the left or a flat road to mimicking the ridge to the right.
People posted photos that is not the same as this hike. You are not hiking up to Mt. Baldy. This hike is way below Baldy. So beware if you are using this as a guide. You don't get into Glendora Ridge road, as this trail does, you stay on Baldy Road.
Crazy hike! But I made it to the summit
great family hike! !
lengthy walk, on and off clusters of rocks. a few red ant hills and bees, but overall the view is worth. There are a few detours that have a good few but are a dead end, just be aware!
It's was one of the hardest hiking trails I've done so far. We reach all the way to the top which took us 3 hours and another 3 hours down. On your way up there is no signal for you phone but once you reach the top, at some spot there is. A lot of great views. It's does get a little cold at the top but if you keep moving, you won't feel it. There are two spot where you can start. If you want a longer trail, start from San Antonio trail. Or just drive all the way to the top where the ski lift is at.