San Bernardino National Forest Hiking Trails
San Bernardino National Forest hiking trails are among some of the best in the world. You have the highest mountains in Southern California, backcountry trails and camping, and the transition between the coast and desert. It’s not just all mountain hikes though, there’s a hiking trail for everyone here. You can even do a hike that includes a tram ride that gets you up in the mountains without all the work. Don’t forget to leave your parks pass on your dashboard when you do these hikes.
|Dry Lake (San Gorgonio) From The South Fork Trail||11.5||Hard||Angelus Oaks||2330||Y|
|Black Mountain Trail to the Fire Lookout (Idyllwild, CA)||8||Hard||Banning||2820||Y|
|Hike the Etiwanda Falls Trail||3.5||Moderate||Rancho Cucamonga||790||N|
|Ernie Maxwell Scenic Trail Hike||5.2||Easy||Idyllwild||740||Y|
|Hike San Bernardino East Peak From Forsee Creek Trail||18||Hard||Angelus Oaks||4600||Y|
|Tahquitz Peak via Devil’s Slide Trail Hike||8.5||Hard||Idyllwild||2350||Y|
|Deep Creek Hot Springs Hike||5.6||Moderate||Lake Arrowhead||1500||Y|
|Lake Arrowhead Pinnacles Trail Hike||4||Moderate||Hesperia||1000||Y|
|Palm Springs Aerial Tramway Hike To Mt San Jacinto||11||Hard||Palm Springs||2620||N|
|Cactus to Clouds Hike||21||Very Hard||Palm Springs||10800||N|
|San Gorgonio Hike||18.5||Very Hard||Forest Falls||5470||Y|
|San Bernardino Peak Hike||16||Hard||Angelus Oaks||4670||Y|
|Hike Mount San Jacinto From Idyllwild||19.5||Hard||Idyllwild||5480||N|
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