Level of Difficulty

Easy 

0 to 500 foot elevation gain, approx. 3 miles

Moderate

500 to 1000 foot elevation gain, approx. 7 miles

Moderate/Strenuous 

1000 to 1800 ft. elevation gain, approx. 8-12 mi.

 

Strenuous
over 1800 ft. elevation gain, over 10 mi.

REQUIREMENTS (schedule below)

Good hiking boots and socks; 1-4 quarts of water; rain jacket/windbreaker; hat, gloves, sunscreen, etc. depending on the season. Hiking poles are recommended to improve upper body strengthening and improve personal stability.  Snacks or a lunch are optional depending on the length of the hike. Please no pets.
The National Forest Adventure Pass [ NFAP ] may be required.  NFAP - May be purchased at the US Forest Service Visitors Center on Highway 18 in Sky forest and at the following locations: Crestline: 7-11on Lake Drive; Twin Peaks: Pine Rose Cabins; Lake Arrowhead: Lake Arrowhead Resort, Chamber of Commerce, 7-11, Coldwell Banker Skyridge Realty, Agua Fria: Above and Beyond Sports; Cedar Glen: Trading Post; Running Springs: Chamber of Commerce, Ito Ski and Rental; Arrowbear: Deer Lick Lumber.


BOOKING A HIKE

Call the hike leader to register and find out the meeting place and other instructions. The hike leaders set the number of hikers and what they will need to carry. Trips can be booked with the hike leader starting a week in advance up to 8pm of the day before. As a courtesy we ask that you cancel by the morning of the hike with the leader if you can not attend. To ensure your place on the hike, please call early.


CARPOOLING

Some of our hikes will require carpooling so we ask that a donation be made by each hiker to the driver of $1 per 20 miles for gas, cleaning, etc.


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MOUNTAIN TOP HIKING CLUB

 APRIL 2015 HIKING SCHEDULE

 

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Wednesday Walk with Barbara – MTHC

9am, easy/moderate covering about 4 miles.

Walks will be in the western end of the San Bernardino Mountains between Running Springs and Cedarpines Park. Bring hiking footwear, water, snacks and layered clothing.

Contact Barbara by the Tuesday evening before for meeting place and walk destination.

(909) 338-1253 or barblev6@gmail.com

 

Friday, April 3, 2015

Keller Peak Via the Exploration Trail – Sierra Club, Big Bear Group

7:30 am, strenuous, 12 miles, 1900 ft. elevation gain.

Will take us to the oldest remaining of the original fire lookout in the San Bernardino National Forest. Bring at least two quarts of water, lunch, sunscreen, sunglasses, and hat. We will meet at the Von's parking lot at 42170 Big Bear Blvd. Big Bear Lake, CA at 7:30 AM and at the Children Forest Visitor Center at 8:00 AM. From there we will car pool to the trail head which

 

Saturday, April 4, 2015

 

Cactus Spring Trail – above Palm Desert – Sierra Club, Big Bear Group

8:30 am, moderate/strenuous, 9 miles, 1,200 ft elevation gain, taking 5 hours to complete.

This trail brings us into close contact with the Santa Rosa Wilderness.  The trail provides some scenic vistas of Martinez Mountain and chaparral covered slopes of the vast watershed known as Horsethief Creek. The grade is generally moderate, but a few steep loose sections suggest bringing your best footwear, and trekking poles, if you use them. The trailhead is located southeast of Idyllwild off of Hwy 74.  From Palm Desert, take Hwy 74 south almost 16 miles until you pass Sugarloaf Café on the left, whereupon you take the first paved road to the left.  A sign on Hwy 74 indicates the Cactus Spring Trailhead.  Go south 0.25 mile, then turn left into a large parking area. We will meet there.  From Hemet, the trailhead is 8.0 miles east of the junction of Hwy 371 and Hwy 74. Bring Ten-essentials, layered clothing, adequate water, lunch/snack, sunscreen, sunglasses, hat and gloves.  Reservations call Hike Leader, Dave Melton (760) 408-2456 or dmelton61@yahoo.com

 

Saturday, April 4, 2015

Arrowbear  Scenic Hike - MTHC

This hike is a good way to introduce those little ones to the fun and beauty of mountain hiking!

9:00 am-meet at parking area at Arrowbear Lake, off Arrowbear Drive, Running Springs. There are port-a-potty facilities. This hike can be adapted as to the age of kids hiking. An easy hike would be 1.5 miles, very slight incline. For an older group 3.5 miles, steep incline at the beginning. Both versions are scenic. Bring hiking footwear, water, snack, layered clothing, and poles if desired.

Contact Candace to confirm, to discuss child's ability, or for directions by the Friday evening before the hike.  (909) 939-0060 or candacesteller@gmail.com

 

Monday, April 6, 2015

Monday Moderate Hike– Big Bear Lake area

9:00 am, Big Bear Convention Center, parking lot at the north end (corner of Big Bear Blvd and Division). The group will collectively select a moderate hike typically lasting 2 hours, covering 4 miles with moderate elevation gain. Bring hiking footwear and at least 16 ounces of water, snacks, layered clothing. National Forest Adventure Pass maybe required. WEATHER  PERMITTING.  Any questions please contact Dick Banks (714) 264-2803 or lebancos@yahoo.com

 

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Wednesday Walk with Barbara – MTHC

9am, easy/moderate covering about 4 miles.

Walks will be in the western end of the San Bernardino Mountains between Running Springs and Cedarpines Park. Bring hiking footwear, water, snacks and layered clothing.

Contact Barbara by the Tuesday evening before for meeting place and walk destination.

(909) 338-1253 or barblev6@gmail.com

 

Friday-Sunday, April 10 -12, 2015

 

Anza Borrego State Park, Culp Valley Car Camp – Sierra Club, Mountains Group

11:00 am,  Culp Valley, in the Upper Sonoran plant zone, is our base for a hike down the old California Riding and Hiking Trail to Borrego Valley 3000 feet below. We'll see a variety of plants on the way. On shorter hikes we'll visit local springs: we'll see effects of water sources on plant life and check recovery from a 2002 fire. Primitive campground. OK for passenger cars. You may arrive on Friday or Saturday. Contact leader Bill Engs 909-338-1910, billengs@yahoo.com  Co-leader, Heather Sargeant 909-336-2836

 

Saturday, April 11, 2015

Arrowbear Scenic Hike - MTHC

This hike is a good way to introduce those little ones to the fun and beauty of mountain hiking!

9:00 am-meet at parking area at Arrowbear Lake, off Arrowbear Drive, Running Springs. There are port-a-potty facilities. This hike can be adapted as to the age of kids hiking. An easy hike would be 1.5 miles, very slight incline. For an older group 3.5 miles, steep incline at the beginning. Both versions are scenic.

Bring hiking footwear, water, snack, layered clothing, and poles if desired.

Contact Candace to confirm, to discuss child's ability, or for directions by the Friday evening before the hike.

(909) 939-0060 or candacesteller@gmail.com

 

Saturday, April 11, 2015

 

Pacific Crest Trail, Section B: Hwy 74 to Cedar Spring Trailhead – Sierra Club, Big Bear Group

7;30 am, strenuous, 15 miles,   This is a continuation of the Section B, Pacific Crest Trail Winter Recognition Program.  Those hikers completing all nine segments of Section B will receive a special Recognition Award.  We will hike north from Hwy 74 into the San Bernardino National Forest through Penrod Canyon and then towards Lion Peak, and Pyramid Peak before meeting Cedar Spring trail at a saddle, from where we'll descend to the ending trailhead.   We will plan to have a key exchange and have a second group hike in the other direction.   We'll meet again at the PCT crossing of Hwy 74, located approximately 1.0 miles east of Hwy 74/ Hwy 371 junction.  A road sign identifies the PCT crossing.  The dirt parking area is located on the north side of Hwy 74.  Bring ten essentials, layered clothing, sun protection, lunch, and 4 liters of water. Reservation contact Dave Melton, Hiking Leader at (760) 408-2456 or dmelton61@yahoo.com 

 

Sunday, April 12, 2015

Momyer Alger Creek Trail – Sierra Club, Big Bear Group

7:45 am, moderate/strenuous, 6.5 miles, 1400 elevation gain. This is a great hike that takes you from Mill Creek in Forest Falls, up a chaparral covered slope with endless views, through scrub oaks, Jeffery Pines and tall oaks.  It feels a bit like a fairy tale forest in some areas. We will have our lunch at Alger Creek in the coolness of the pines with the creek running by. We will return to our vehicles the same way we came up.  Expect it to take 5 - 6 hours.  Meet at the Momyer Creek Trailhead. Take Hwy 38 from Redlands to the Forest Falls cutoff.  Take Valley of the Falls Road 2.9 miles to the trailhead on the left, (before the Fire Station). Bring the Ten essentials, 2 liters of water, lunch/snacks, layered clothing, hat, sunscreen, and trekking poles.  Reservations contact Hike Leader Judy Atkinson at (909) 289-1932 or email at djatk57@gmail.com

 

Monday, April 13, 2015

Monday Moderate Hike– Big Bear Lake area

9:00 am, Big Bear Convention Center, parking lot at the north end (corner of Big Bear Blvd and Division). The group will collectively select a moderate hike typically lasting 2 hours, covering 4 miles with moderate elevation gain. Bring hiking footwear and at least 16 ounces of water, snacks, layered clothing. National Forest Adventure Pass maybe required. WEATHER  PERMITTING.  Any questions please contact Dick Banks (714) 264-2803 or lebancos@yahoo.com

 

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Wednesday Walk with Barbara – MTHC

9am, easy/moderate covering about 4 miles.

Walks will be in the western end of the San Bernardino Mountains between Running Springs and Cedarpines Park. Bring hiking footwear, water, snacks and layered clothing.

Contact Barbara by the Tuesday evening before for meeting place and walk destination.

(909) 338-1253 or barblev6@gmail.com

 

Friday, April 17, 2015

 

Green Valley Lake Ridge – Sierra Club, Mountains Group

9 am, moderate, approx. 5 miles.  Join us for a ridge hike around Green Valley Lake with beautiful views of the high desert. Wear hiking boots, hat. Bring layered clothing, water, and snack. Meet in Green Valley Lake across from the post office (33271 Green Valley Lake Rd, Green Valley Lake, CA 92341) at 9 AM.  Leader Sandy Ellis, 909-867-7115 or  fsellis67@gmail.com  CALL for weather conditions and to confirm you are coming.

 

Saturday, April 18, 2015

Pacific Crest Trail, Section D, Cajon Pass to Swarthout Canyon Road – Sierra Club, big Bear Group

8:00 am, easy with both ascending and descending, 5.5 miles, approx 600 ft elevation gain. This hike kicks off this year's Pacific Crest 110-mile D section for spring and summer 2015 with an easy hike from Cajon Pass along Interstate 15 westward to Swarthout Canyon Road. The trail goes under I-15 in a large tunnel, crosses a railroad track, and climbs less than 600' to the top of a ridge, from which Cajon Pass and large blocks of sandstone (part of the Mormon Rocks formation) can be seen. Meet at the McDonald's Restaurant just east of Cajon Pass. Take the Highway 138 exit and park along the street - please don't use the restaurant parking lot. This is a shuttle hike so we will need time to park vehicles at both trailheads, so please be on time.  Bring the Ten essentials, water for a 3-4 hour hike, snacks, and sun protection (hat, sunscreen, sunglasses) - and a camera, as usual.  RAIN CANCELS.  Reservations: Email LJ Foster, hike leader, at eljayeff@verizon.net, or leave a message at 951-845-9440

 

Saturday, April 18, 2015

Arrowbear Scenic Hike - MTHC

This hike is a good way to introduce those little ones to the fun and beauty of mountain hiking!

9:00 am-meet at parking area at Arrowbear Lake, off Arrowbear Drive, Running Springs. There are port-a-potty facilities. This hike can be adapted as to the age of kids hiking. An easy hike would be 1.5 miles, very slight incline. For an older group 3.5 miles, steep incline at the beginning. Both versions are scenic.

Bring hiking footwear, water, snack, layered clothing, and poles if desired.

Contact Candace to confirm, to discuss child's ability, or for directions by the Friday evening before the hike.

(909) 939-0060 or candacesteller@gmail.com

 

Sunday, April 19, 2015

Butler Peak Hike – Sierra Club, Big Bear Group

8:00 am, moderate/strenuous, 12 miles, to 8,579 ft. peak with grand views of the Bear Creek drainage and beyond. We will meet at the Von’s parking lot at 42170 Big Bear Blvd. Big Bear Lake, CA at 8:00 am and at Grays Peak trailhead at 8:30 am, Adventure pass required. Bring at least two quarts of water, lunch, sunscreen, sunglasses, and hat. Reservations call hike leader Ed Wallace (909 584 9407) or email at ednjeanne@charter.net                                                                                 

 

Monday, April 20, 2015

Monday Moderate Hike– Big Bear Lake area

9:00 am, Big Bear Convention Center, parking lot at the north end (corner of Big Bear Blvd and Division). The group will collectively select a moderate hike typically lasting 2 hours, covering 4 miles with moderate elevation gain. Bring hiking footwear and at least 16 ounces of water, snacks, layered clothing. National Forest Adventure Pass maybe required. WEATHER  PERMITTING.  Any questions please contact Dick Banks (714) 264-2803 or lebancos@yahoo.com

 

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

 

John Muir’s Birthday – Heart Rock Saunter – Sierra Club, Mountains Group

9 am, easy, 2 miles. On John Muir's Birthday, we'll again honor his exasperated opinion of hiking, I don't like either the word or the thing.  People ought to saunter in the mountains - not hike! Join us for an easy walk and appreciation of our forest. We will follow the Seeley Creek trail to an overlook of "Heart Rock" falls, discovering and appreciating who knows what along the way.  Bring water, a snack, good shoes, and your curiosity. Contact leader Steve Farrell, 661-449-2867 or  mr_sqf@yahoo.com. Adventure Pass required.

 

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Wednesday Walk with Barbara – MTHC

9am, easy/moderate covering about 4 miles.

Walks will be in the western end of the San Bernardino Mountains between Running Springs and Cedarpines Park. Bring hiking footwear, water, snacks and layered clothing.

Contact Barbara by the Tuesday evening before for meeting place and walk destination.

(909) 338-1253 or barblev6@gmail.com

 

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Van Dusen Canyon Road to Cougar Crest Trail – Sierra Club, Big Bear Group

8:00 am, moderate, 5 miles. This is a short section of the famous Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) from the Van Dusen Canyon Road PCT access road west to the Cougar Crest Trail and then south to Hwy 38. This is a thru hike requiring shuttling of hikers. Meet at the Cougar Crest Trail head parking area.  Adventure Pass is required. Bring the ten essentials, layered clothing, sun protection, 1.0 liters of water, lunch/energy snacks, sunglasses, hat and good hiking shoes.  Reservations contact Peter Michelsen, Apprentice Hike Leader at (909) 333-3103 or petermichelsenor@gmail.com or Ed Caliendo, Hiking Leader at (442) 242-4103 or dogs111@msn.com

 

Saturday, April 25, 2015

Arrowbear Scenic Hike - MTHC

This hike is a good way to introduce those little ones to the fun and beauty of mountain hiking!

9:00 am-meet at parking area at Arrowbear Lake, off Arrowbear Drive, Running Springs. There are port-a-potty facilities. This hike can be adapted as to the age of kids hiking. An easy hike would be 1.5 miles, very slight incline. For an older group 3.5 miles, steep incline at the beginning. Both versions are scenic.

Bring hiking footwear, water, snack, layered clothing, and poles if desired.

Contact Candace to confirm, to discuss child's ability, or for directions by the Friday evening before the hike.

(909) 939-0060 or candacesteller@gmail.com

 

Saturday, April 25, 2015

Pacific Crest Trail, Section D: Swarthout Canyon Rd to Sheep Creek Truck Rd – Sierra Club, Big Bear 8:00 am, strenuous, 8.6 miles, 2740 ft. elevation gain. This is the second segment of the 110-mile Pacific Crest Trail D section for spring and summer 2015. The hike starts at Swarthout Canyon Road and goes northwest 8.6 miles and up 2740 feet in elevation to Sheep Creek Truck Road. This is a shuttle hike (4WD high clearance vehicles are welcome).  Meet at the junction of Swarthout Canyon Road and Lone Pine Canyon Road. Bring the Ten essentials, 2-3 liters of water, snacks, and sun protection (hat, sunscreen, sunglasses) - and a camera, as usual. RAIN CANCELS.   Reservations  Email LJ Foster, hike leader, at eljayeff@verizon.net, or leave a message at 951-845-9440

 

Saturday, April 25, 2015

 

Santa Ana River Bottom Bird Walk – Sierra Club, Mountains Group

8:00 am, easy. Meet at the Sierra Club office, 4079 Mission Inn Ave., Riverside. Bill will guide you to the birds. Breakfast at local restaurant after walk (optional). Leader Bill Engs,  909-338-1910.

 

Sunday, April 26, 2015

 

The Pinnacles – Lake Arrowhead area– Sierra Club, Mountains Group

9:00 am, moderate/strenuous, 6 miles, 1,000 ft. elevation gain. Located north west of Lake Arrowhead, this hike includes some rock scrambling to reach the summit, which comprises an imposing stack of large granite boulders. Your efforts will be rewarded with mountain and desert views. Bring lunch, water, good boots and layered clothing. CALL for meeting place to carpool. Leader Heather Sargeant , 909-336-2836. Adventure Pass required. 

 

Sunday, April 26, 2015

Skyline Trail West -- MTHC

8:30 am, moderate, 6 - 7 miles west along the Skyline Trail in Big Bear.  The trail on the east has been done so this time we will "Go West"! This trail was put together by the Big Bear Valley Trails Foundation and the International Biking Association.  It runs along the ridge line behind Big Bear with some wonderful views and a variety of open trail and woods. This part of the trail has not been done the by the hiking club yet, so it should be a fun discovery.  Hike leader will be scouting out the best place to drive in, park and start the hike.  Bring 2 liters of water, hiking boots, trekking poles, lunch/snacks, hat, sunscreen and layered clothing.  Leader: Judy Atkinson, call or text me at 909 289-1932 or email djatk57@gmail.com.  I will let you know the meeting place before the hike.

 

Monday, April 27, 2015

Monday Moderate Hike– Big Bear Lake area

9:00 am, Big Bear Convention Center, parking lot at the north end (corner of Big Bear Blvd and Division). The group will collectively select a moderate hike typically lasting 2 hours, covering 4 miles with moderate elevation gain. Bring hiking footwear and at least 16 ounces of water, snacks, layered clothing. National Forest Adventure Pass maybe required. WEATHER  PERMITTING.  Any questions please contact Dick Banks (714) 264-2803 or lebancos@yahoo.com

 

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Wednesday Walk with Barbara – MTHC

9am, easy/moderate covering about 4 miles.

Walks will be in the western end of the San Bernardino Mountains between Running Springs and Cedarpines Park. Bring hiking footwear, water, snacks and layered clothing.

Contact Barbara by the Tuesday evening before for meeting place and walk destination.

(909) 338-1253 or barblev6@gmail.com

has very limited parking. Reservations call to confirm. Ed Wallace 909 584 9407 or email ednjeanne@charter.net

 

 

MISTLETOE WARRIORS

Saturday, April 11 and Saturday, April 25, 2015

Keller Peak – headwaters of Deep Creek

9:30 am, moderate

Join the Mistletoe Warriors in our on-going battle to save Black Oaks in the Keller Peak, Childrens Forest, Exploration Trail regions. Learn the in’s and out’s of this native parasite, it’s biology, why its epidemic, and how to remove it. Bring water, lunch, appropriate clothing footwear, and if there is sufficient snow, we will snowshoe or x-country ski. We will provide safety glasses, gloves, and tools. Must call ahead of time because we meet at different locations. Contact Lyn at 909 353-9199 for the second and fourth Saturday of the month.

Look us up at http://barefut42.wix.com/mistletoewarriors or check us out on Facebook

 

 

Sierra Club, Big Bear Group PCT

Challenge Recognition Program

 

Each calendar year the Big Bear Group awards special recognition badges for accomplishing special hiking achievements. A new program for 2011 programs is described below.


Hike Section C of the Pacific Crest Trail: Hike the historic Section C (between San Bernardino, Interstate 10 to Interstate 15 near Cajon Pass) Pacific Crest Trail during the summer of 2011 and/or 2012 and receive a special achievement patch and recognition in the Palms to Pines bi-monthly newspaper.
 

Background: The Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) designated for hikers to travel from the Mexico border to the Canadian border covers a total of 2,638 scenic miles. Section C of the PCT travels through the San Gorgonio wilderness and the Big Bear area for a total of 132.9 miles.


Challenge Description: The hiking challenge is separated into eleven (11) segments, culminating in a three-day backpacking trip. The hiking segments can be accomplished over the years 2011 and 2012. In other words, a hiker may choose to complete all segments over a two-year period.


Enthusiastic hikers may contact Hiking Leader, Ed Caliendo, at (909) 878-3813 or contact either co-leader Ed Wallace at (909) 584-9407 or co-leader Vicki Hobbs (909) 771-9899 for additional information. The hiking schedule will be confirmed by-monthly and published in the Palms to Pine publication and on the Sierra Club website. The 2011 tentative hiking schedule is provided below.


Hike#1: May 14, 2011 –Silverwood Lake Area entrance road to Interstate 15 near Cajon Pass – This is a 13.1 mile PCT through-hike.
 

Hike#2: May 21, 2011 –Silverwood Lake Area entrance road to 2N33 near Cedar Springs Dam – This is a 6.0 PCT through-hike.
 

Hike#3: June 4, 2011 –Cedar Springs Dam to Mojave River Forks Reservoir Dam – This is an 11.1 PCT through-hike.
 

Hike#4: June 11, 2011 –Deep Creek Bridge (near Lake Arrowhead) to Mojave River Forks Reservoir Dam – This is a 14.4 mile PCT through-hike.
 

Hike#5: June 25, 2011 – Little Bear Springs Trail Camp to Deep Creek Bridge/Lake Arrowhead – This is a 12.8 mile PCT through-hike.
 

Hike#6: July 2, 2011 – Van Dusen Canyon Road to Little Bear Springs Trail Camp, northwest of Fawnskin, CA – This is a 10.7 mile PCT through-hike.
 

Hike# 7: July 16, 2011 – Van Dusen Canyon Road, near Big Bear City to Hwy 18 Cushenberry Pass near Baldwin Lake – This is an 8.9 mile PCT through-hike.
 

Hike# 8: July 30, 2011 – 2N01 to Hwy 18 Baldwin Lake Cushenberry Pass – This is a 10.5 mile PCT through-hike.
 

Hike# 9: August 13, 2011 – 2N02 to Cienaga Seca Creek turn-off on Hwy 38 – This is a 7.0 mile PCT through-hike.
 

Hike# 10: September 10, 2011 – Cienaga Seca Creek turn-off to Mission Creek Trail Camp- Day Hike – Southeast of Big Bear, located on Hwy 38. This is approximately an 8.9 mile PCT through-hike.
 

Hike#11: October 21, 2011 to October 23, 2011 – This is the final leg of our PCT Section C journey, a three-day backpacking adventure from Mission Creek Trail Camp to Interstate 10 near Whitewater River Canyon Preserve. This last leg of the journey is a 29.5 mile PCT through-hike. This completes the 132.9 mile PCT Challenge.

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

July 2010

PACIFIC CREST TRAIL-WHITEWATER TO CAJON PASS


The following is a breakdown of hikes that we will be offering along our section of the PCT.
We have broken the trial into 16 segments that can be comfortably hiked in a day.
They vary from easy to very strenuous.
Please look for the segments in the regular hiking schedule.
Some will be offered more than once over the course of the year.
Most of the PCT hikes are shuttle trips. We need to
know the number of people planning to attend shuttle
hikes so we can arrange to have the proper number of
cars at either end of the trail.
So please register with the hike leader two days
before the day of a shuttle hike.



PACIFIC CREST TRAIL-WHITEWATER TO CAJON PASS


0. Whitewater

1. Mission Creek Trail Camp – 14.0miles, Very strenuous

2. Coon Creek Jump Off – 6.6 miles, moderate

3. Onyx Summit – 5.7 miles, moderate

4. 2N02 – 9.4 miles, strenuous

5. Dump RD. 3N08 – 6.2 miles, moderate

6. Van Dusen Road 3N09 – 6.9 miles, moderate

7. 3N12 – 6.3 miles, moderate

8. Little Bear Springs – 4.4 miles, easy

9. Crab Flats Road – 6.5 miles, moderate

10. Deep Creek Bridge – 6.0 miles, moderate

11. Devils Hole – 5.0 miles round trip, easy

12. Mojave River Dam – 13.0 miles, Very strenuous

13. Cedar Springs Dam – 9.4 miles, strenuous

14. Silverwood Entrance – 6.0 miles, moderate

15. Silverwood Lake to Elliot Road – 9 miles, strenuous

16. Crowder Canyon (Elliot Road to Cajon Pass) – 4.5 miles, moderate

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