Cucamonga Peak

Elevation: 8859′

Hikes: 

  1. Icehouse Canyon to Icehouse Saddle to Cucamonga Peak: down the same way: 12 miles, 4060′ of gain and loss. First Hike: 6-2-2016.
  2. Icehouse Canyon to Icehouse Saddle to Cucamonga Peak; down to Icehouse Saddle, Chapman Trail down to Icehouse Canyon: 13.6 miles, 4060′ of gain and loss. First Hike: 10-12-2011.
  3. → Backpacking Trip. Day One: Icehouse Canyon to Kelly Camp. Day Two: Kelly Camp up to Ontario Peak; down to the saddle with Bighorn Peak; round trip hike to Bighorn Peak, down to Kelly Camp to pack up gear. Kelly Camp down to Icehouse Saddle, up to Cucamonga Peak and back; up to Timber Mountain and back; down to Icehouse Canyon Trailhead: 20.4 miles, 6560′ gain and loss. First Hike: 7-20-2012.
  4. → Backpacking Trip. Day one: Icehouse Canyon to Kelly Camp. Day two: Kelly Camp down to Icehouse Saddle, up to Cucamonga Peak, down to lower JCT with Chapman Trail via Icehouse Canyon (to meet others); back up Icehouse Canyon (stopping to get water at Columbine Springs) to Kelly Camp. Day three: Kelly Camp up to Ontario Peak, down to saddle with Bighorn Peak; round trip to Bighorn Peak; down to Kelly Camp, down Icehouse Canyon to trailhead: 25.4 miles, 8075′ gain. First Hike: 5-17-2013.

Views from Cucamonga Peak (Click on image to view larger size)

 

 

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