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Amber F.
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Hiking

Beautiful trail, a little narrow in some areas but overall loved it! Definitely recommend a high clearance vehicle or maybe 4 wheel drive to help with the dips. The road is not maintained very well & very rocky. The waterfall is a little tricky to find but as long you follow the recording you will be good!

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Jacqueline McCleary
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Great!Rocky

Beautiful trail. The first mile or so of the trail climbs pretty gently, as you're walking next to the stream. The grade then picks up, but abundant shade helps keep you cool. We didn't do the whole thing, going just a bit past the Icehouse saddle, but even there the views were incredible. It is noticeably cooler at the top -- up to 30 degrees cooler than Rancho Cucamonga, say -- so pack a layer in cooler months. Trail was rocky and always well-marked.

Harry Patel
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HikingBugsGreat!Rocky

Hiked on Tuesday 07/07. Reached there at 6:50 am. Hardly 5-6 cars parked. The trail was not at all crowded. Saw about 8-10 hikers up to Ice house canyon saddle. After that very few more hikers. Hike was nice but rocky. The views from the peak were breathtaking. It doesn't look like 11.6 miles out and back. My fitness tracker watch shows 16.22 miles. So not sure. All the hikers were wearing mask. Came back to my car at 3:30 pm. took my time up there. Definitely recommend. It was worth and will definitely do it again.

Adam Ortlieb
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Hiking

Hiked it Friday, 6/26. I grabbed the last parking spot at 7:20 AM, although this trail wasn't all that crowded. The trail is pretty rocky and seemed longer/tougher than the posted distance, especially after San Gorgonio last week. The views after the saddle and from the summit are pretty captivating. Overall, I loved it.

Emma Emma Petersen
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Hiking

Parked at 615 on a Monday morning. there were parking spots still available in the lot. We enjoyed walking along the rocks and river for the first section. we got to the sign indicating 0.6 miles to the saddle and then turned back. I'd love to go back and make it to the peak.

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Caitlyn .
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BackpackingBugsOff trailOver grownRockyScramble
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David David Martinez
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Hiking

hard, hot not crowded.... finding the waterfall little challenging.. lucky for us we came across some people camping.

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Katherine Torres
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HikingRocky

Did this hike today 7/4/2020. Arrived at 7:30am, parking lot was already full so we had to park on the side of the road so would definitely suggest arriving earlier if possible. Started hiking closer to 8am and arrived at the peak around 10:45am but we didn’t really rest in between and just hiked it all the way through. Suggestions: bring plenty of water as my 2L wasn’t enough. Wear comfortable shoes with great ankle support since there are a lot of areas that are rocky especially on the switchbacks. There are shady areas but for the most part you’ll be exposed to the sun so definitely recommend sunscreen as well. Plenty of space at the top to have your snacks under a shaded tree! Ended hike at about 2pm.

RikRask(Eric Richard Lasko)
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HikingBugsRockyScrambleWashed out

Hiked today(7/4/2020) Super crowded today but no surprise as it’s 4th of July!(Yeah America) Set off at 8am and got to the bottom around 130pm. Cool view at the top and not a very interesting hike but worth the challenge - glad to check it off the 6 SoCal peaks. Finished “In the Room Where it Happened(so so and not incredibly revelatory) and dove right into “Imaginary Friend”(really good so far.....) Lots of responsible masked hikers - good vibe on the mountain today - a nice lady was cool enough to offer to snap a photo of me at the top with the sign...good stuff people Till the next - happy 4th y’all RikRask

Simon Storey
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Hiking

Summited late yesterday, camped, and came down this morning. A beautiful and challenging trail as always. Gratitude to the 20% of fellow hikers who also respectfully wore a face covering. Everyone else — you’re cancelled.

Fiona Ford
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Rocky

Loved this trail until I had to go down. I've never had any issues hiking before I've done most the other socal peaks and half dome. You must need knees of steel for this one! I got there around 5.30am and got one of the last spots in the parking lot. There were a lot of backpackers up there already. Got to the peak around 9am. Absolutely gorgeous. I did accidentally take a detour near the peak, so remember to keep right on the trail. It's a good level of challenging on the way up - not too hard. Definitely appreciated having got there early, there was zero shade after 10am. Got back down to the parking lot around 12pm.

Fiona Ford
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HikingRocky
Shesalltats Andpierced
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HikingBugsRocky

I hiked this trail 6/30/20 with a friend and I really thought I wasn’t gonna make it. We started at 5:15am and done at 5:00pm. For a reason my app recorded about 17.7 miles but who knows? I still enjoyed this hike but I think this is probably one of the hardest hike I did besides Mt. Ranier. I’ll definitely hike this trail again. The trail is beautiful in my opinion and the view is breathtaking! Please take breaks and eat snacks, bring enough water as this trail gets harder. There’s some shades and you can sit on some trees. Also, once you reach the saddle you can relax and stretch your legs. Met some cool and nice people at the summit!

Raysa Machado
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HikingBugsNo shadeRockyScramble

Great Trail! It should be rated as moderate tho. We got lost a few times and we went up the mountain (totally unnecessary lol). The waterfall is beautiful and refreshing!

Norma Miro
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HikingBugsGreat!Rocky

Great hike! My first time doing this hike, but not my last! I decided to start the Ice House, but ultimately switched to Chapman Trail. I probably saw 3 groups. It was breathe taking and would recommend this to anyone who just wants to experience all the sound of nature! Chapman Trail has no stream of water, so take at least 2L if water. Be patient as it is Rocky. Coming down Ice House was easy, but very crowded. The Saddle is a great place for a snack or a stretch.

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