Mount Baldy or Mt Baldy, formerly Camp Baynham and Camp Baldy, is an unincorporated community in the San Gabriel Mountains, in San Bernardino County near the eastern border of Los Angeles County, in southern California.
There is about 70 miles worth of trails to explore! We didn't have enough time to even get into the depth of this amazing vast park, yet what we did explore was pretty impressive. To start, our hike begain at 4,500 feet in elevation with the otpion of climbing to 10,064 feet to summit.
Many of the trees in this region are over 300 years old.
This is a must on your places to hike when visiting California.
Be sure to bring a day pack with snacks and a water bladder. It would be wise to start your hiking adventure early when trekking these trails. You also have the option of staying overnight in small Sierra Club ski huts spread throughout certain trails.