Looking for a great trail near Mount Baldy, California? AllTrails has 36 great hiking trails, running trails, views trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Chino Hills State Park or Pío Pico State Historic Park, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Eaton Canyon Natural Area Park or Claremont Hills Wilderness Park. Gearing up for a challenge? There are 30 hard trails in Mount Baldy ranging from 4.6 to 28.4 miles and from 4,265 to 10,065 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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is this still open right now ? I've hiked it many times just wanna know if it's been closed due to the virus?

hiking
5 days ago

Steep!

on Mount San Antonio

snow
7 days ago

There is plenty of snow along the way. Crampon is a must.

hiking
icy
muddy
snow
7 days ago

We went on 3/21 and there were still patches of snow at the top. Beautiful trail that begins after the church and continues the houses behind the church. It becomes very narrow very quick. Do not bring dogs on this trail. Very hard to keep dogs calm without fearing for your own life, while on a 2-feet wide muddy/icy trail with rocks on one side and sharp slope on other side.

Great escape during the lockdown! Only saw a few other people on the trail. Bring a jacket!

hiking
9 days ago

Only made it to the saddle. Thick clouds above the saddle and there was enough snow and ice on the trees from the recent snowfall there was a risk of trees snapping and avalanches.

3/22 hella snow, came up about a mile from summit before it got too unsafe to continue

3/20/2020 Bring extra shoes, sandals to cross the river, water knees deep because of last week rain.

hiking
snow
10 days ago

Beautiful weather, but wasn’t expecting quite so much snow. Starting about halfway up, there was a good 1-2 inches still on the ground and it was melting so that made it all slushy and wet. Also pretty low cloud layer, so most the surrounding higher mountains were obscured at the tops.

hiking
snow
10 days ago

hiking
14 days ago

Lovely hike in the snow to the ski hut today 3/15. A much needed escape to get moving and breathe, above the tense situation unfolding down in the city. Microspikes recommended.

hiking
21 days ago

3/7/2020 Easy gradual hike about 7 miles out and back. If you are looking for the actual peak with the signs make sure you make a sharp left at the final junction and not a right. Amazing 360 views from the summit. No steep inclines. Good hike to bring friends or family and shouldn’t take you more than 3 hours to complete. Peak: 5,796 ft elevation

hiking
no shade
21 days ago

We hiked towards Cucamonga Peak via the Chapman trail, and it was gorgeous. We were not able to complete the loop to come back on Icehouse Canyon Trail due to snow. We made it so close to the end, but with two kids, and only trekking poles, no crampons, it didn't seem safe to continue. It was absolutely gorgeous, though, and we're looking forward to completing the loop soon. (Hiked on March 7, 2020)

Completed on 03.07.20 Started at 6:45 am and back to the parking lot by 4:00. And hour of rest at the summit. It was a great and strenuous hike, had little patches of snow but nothing significant. Never felt like using crampons but had my poles. Keep an eye out for the weather conditions. It was really windy once we crossed the ski lodge, bring extra layers as the summit gets cold and windy. Great views and worth doing. Highly recommended.

hiking
snow
21 days ago

Ice and snow on Chapman Trail March 8th! We could not complete the loop and had to turn back a bit before the saddle junction because it was too treacherous. Would not recommend trying to go further without crampons and experience. Listen to your intuition and stay safe friends. Note: Going back the way we came on Chapman trail = 9.7mi (2mi longer than it would have been if we could have completed the loop). Bring extra water!

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icy
rocky
snow
22 days ago

3/8/2020 so I guess devils gulch and bridge to nowhere are basically the same route, but bridge to nowhere is more thought out and clearly marked. Went bungee jumping! Good, supportive people. Lot of river crossings to get there. I tried this trail in December and the water was over flowing, so march is a way better time to come

Completed 3/7/20. I highly recommend bringing microspikes. Killer winds so bring some layers once you get to the more exposed portions of the trail(s)

hiking
22 days ago

Steep, direct climb but not too technical. Clear of snow all the way to the but on Sunday ... not likely the case later this week.

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