San Gabriel Mountains National Monument Hiking

The newly formed and protected San Gabriel Mountains National Monument offers many epic hiking trails for all levels. The San Gabriel Mountains offer some of the most incredible biodiversity in the country and are within an hour of Los Angeles.

Name Distance Level Location Climb Dogs
Mt Baden-Powell Hike8HardAzusa2800Y
Big Horn Mine Trail & Vincent's Cabin4EasyAngeles National Forest700Y
Strawberry Peak Hike7.2ModerateAltadena1700Y
Bridge to Nowhere Hike10ModerateMt Baldy1250Y
Register Ridge to Mount Hardwood & Baldy8HardMt Baldy4100Y
Baldy Bowl Trail (Ski Hut Trail) to Mt Baldy8.8HardMt Baldy3900Y
Hike Wright Mountain From Inspiration Point14HardLytle Creek2600Y
Throop Peak + Mount Burnham + Baden-Powell From Dawson Saddle9ModerateParadise Springs2700Y
Hike Josephine Peak From Colby Canyon8.4ModerateTujunga2300Y
Sunset Peak Trail Hike (Angeles National Forest)7.5ModerateMt Baldy1300Y
Hike Pacifico Mountain on the PCT13.5Moderate Palmdale2350Y
Hike Jones Peak on the Bailey Canyon Trail6.5HardSierra Madre2200Y
Mt Hillyer Trail Hike6.5ModeratePearblossom1240Y
Mt Zion Loop Hike From Chantry Flat9HardSierra Madre2740Y
Potato Mountain Hike (Angeles National Forest)4.5ModerateClaremont1270Y
Hike Mt Waterman & Twin Peaks11.5HardAzuza3700Y
Switzer Falls Hike4ModerateTujunga690Y
Mt Wilson Trail Hike14.5HardSierra Madre5640Y
Hike Mt Baldy on the Bear Canyon Trail13Very Hard5650Y
Hike the Three T's Trail16HardSan Bernardino County5110Y
Cucamonga Peak Hike12HardMt Baldy4100Y
Mt Wilson Hike From Chantry Flat14.5HardLos Angeles County4600Y
Mt Baldy Hike11HardLos Angeles County3990Y