Peak Routes In Angeles Forest

Click on links below to see routes and photos to each peak.

  1. Barley Flats (elev: 5600′)
  2. Bighorn Peak (elev: 8,441′)
  3. Brown Mountain (elev: 4,466′)
  4. Copter Ridge (elev: 7,499′)
  5. Cucamonga Peak (elev: 8,859′) *Technically in San Bernardino National Forest, but it’s on the Angeles High Country Trail Map by Tom Harrison, so I’ve linked it here as well.
  6. Echo Mountain (elev: 3,207′)
  7. Fox Peak (5,033′)
  8. Inspiration Peak-unofficial name-(4,714′)
  9. Jones Peak (3,375′)
  10. Josephine Peak (elev: 5,558′)
  11. Kratka Ridge (elev: 7,515′)
  12. Mt. Baden-Powell (elev: 9,399′)
  13. Mt. Baldy [aka. Mt. San Antonio] (elev: 10,064′)
  14. Mt. Burnham (elev: 8,997′)
  15. Mt. Deception (elev: 5,796′)
  16. Mt. Disappointment (elev: 5,994′)
  17. Mt. Harwood (elev: 9,552′)
  18. Mt. Hawkins (elev: 8,850′)
  19. Mt. Hawkins [Middle] (elev: 8,505′)
  20. Mt. Hawkins [South] (elev: 7,783′)
  21. Mt. Hillyer (elev: 6,162′)
  22. Mt. Islip (elev: 8,250′)
  23. Mt. Lawlor (elev: 5,957′)
  24. Mt. Lewis (elev: 8,396′)
  25. Mt. Lowe (elev: 5,603′)
  26. Mt. Lukens (elev: 5,074′)
  27. Mt. Markham (elev: 5,742′)
  28. Mt. Pacifico (elev: 7,124′)
  29. Mt. Waterman (elev: 8,031′)
  30. Mt. Williamson (elev: 8,214′)
  31. Mt. Wilson (elev: 5,710′)
  32. Mt. Zion (elev: 3,575′)
  33. Muir Peak (elev: 4,668′)
  34. Ontario Peak (elev: 8,693′)
  35. Pallett Mountain (elev: 7,760′)
  36. Pallett Mountain #2 (elev: 7,983′)
  37. Peak UTM 113016 (elev. 6,629′)
  38. Roundtop (elev. 6,316′)
  39. San Gabriel Peak (elev: 6,161′)
  40. Strawberry Peak (elev: 6,164′)
  41. Telegraph Peak (elev: 8,989′)
  42. Throop Peak (elev: 9,138′)
  43. Thunder Mountain (elev: 8,587′)
  44. Timber Mountain (elev: 8,303′)
  45. Twin Peaks [East Peak] (elev: 7,761)
  46. Vetter Mountain (elev: 5,908′)
  47. West Baldy (elev: 9,840′)
  48. Will Thrall Peak (elev: 7,848′)
  49. Winston Peak (elev: 7,502′)
  50. Winston Ridge (elev: 7,003′)
  51. Wright Mountain (elev: 8,505′)–*Technically in San Bernardino National Forest, but it’s on the Angeles High Country Trail Map by Tom Harrison, so I’ve linked it here as well.

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