February 2018
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Ice House Saddle

Today was a great day for a hike up Ice House Canyon to the saddle. As for the hike, it is not that far in miles. However, in the 3.6 miles there is an elevation gain of 2,660 feet. The hike is a nice hike as the start of it is next to a stream. […]

Mt. San Antonio - Snow Hike

Today Jacob and I went on a hike to the top of Mt. San Antonio, also known as Mt. Baldy with a group of eight others. It was the same hike I did on October 1st (Link Here) . Today was a little different as there was snow at the trailhead in the shade. After […]

Mt. San Antonio - Old Baldy

In my quest to exercise a little, I set forth the goal to climb the highest peaks in the three southern California mountain ranges. First was Mt. San Gorgonio at 11,499 feet in the San Bernardino Mountains. Today was Mt. Baldy, officially known as Mount San Antonio, in the San Gabriel Mountains. Mt. San Jacinto […]

Ice House Canyon

Today Emily and I had the chance to explore a now trail. We arrived at the trail head later than we would have liked to. All the parking spots were gone and we were left to park on the side of the road. No problem, dive a truck and park at extreme angles at the […]

Mt. Baden Powell - Geocaching and Operation On Target

After spending a cool night under the stars listening to some yahoo chop wood several times during the night to keep his campfire going, we arose at 4:20 AM this morning. We made our way to Vincent Gap from the Blue Ridge campground. At Vincent gap there is this large parking lot and the trail […]

Mt. Baden Powell

Having heard about the 4 mile hike up with an elevation gain of 2803 feet, I never rushed out to do it. The Boy Scouts were going on an overnight campout and going to hike the Mt. Baden Powell the next day. I beguiled Jacob by telling him we were going camping and then going […]