PICK ANY SIX OF THESE NINE PEAKS AND CUSTOMIZE YOUR CHALLENGE
One of the highest peaks in the San Gabriel Mountains, Mount Baden-Powell climbs nearly 3,000 feet to commanding 360-degree views and a trip on the Pacific Crest Trail.
Just north of Cucamonga Peak, this 8,696' summit is reached via popular Icehouse Canyon near Baldy Village. With a little extra effort, you can also bag nearby Bighorn Peak, too!
At an elevation of 3,273 feet is the lowest peak of the dozen, but conveniently close for Orange, Riverside and San Diego County residents. It's roughly 10 miles with over 2,100 feet of vertical gain to the summit.
The highest point in Kern County at 8,819 feet and part of the 3-2-1 Challenge (since you're there).
The highest peak in the front range of the San Gabriel Mountains, and includes a steep ridgeline scramble to the summit. The 6,164′ summit rewards your scrambling skills with some sweet summit views.
Hiking "Saddleback" from either the Maple Springs or "Cadillac" trailheads and you'll stand on the highest point in Orange County!
The most popular route takes you up beautiful Icehouse Canyon, then heads ever higher beyond the saddle. The reward? Epic views of the Inland Empire.
Mount San Antonio
Better known as Mount Baldy, this peak is the highest in Los Angeles County at 10,068 feet above sea level. It's one of the most recognizable mountains in Southern California.
Mount San Jacinto
Towering high above Palm Springs and Idyllwild, the trail to this peak travels through alpine terrain that will remind you of the Sierra Nevada mountains.
Mount Wilson is back after being closed due to wildfires. Currently the old Mount Wilson Trail is the only open route up this iconic SoCal summit.
At 11,503′, "Old Grayback" is the tallest mountain in Southern California, and a rite of passage for serious hikers in the area.
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Frequently Asked Questions
- Access to challenger-only hike log
- Personalized profile to track your progress
- Virtual badges for each peak summited
- Connect with others in our private group area
- Entry in our monthly giveaways
- Peak reports and training tips
- Welcome packet
- 2021 SoCal sticker pack
- Leave No Trace reference card