Icehouse Canyon Trail

The Icehouse Canyon Trail, located just north of Mt. Baldy Village, is a moderately challenging day hike into the Western San Bernadino Mountains. The Icehouse Canyon Saddle is the junction to three other trails; North to the "Three T's" (Timber, Telegraph and Thunder Mountains), East to Cucamunga Mountain and Lytle Creek and Southwest to Kelly Camp and Mount Ontario.

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April 12, 2008 - Mt Baldy in background

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Basic Hike Info:

Topo Maps: Mt. Baldy and Cucamunga Peak. For a printable topo map of the trail, click here.
Season: Mid March thru Mid November, depending on snow and weather conditions.
Distance: 7.2 miles roundtrip, approximately 2,620 ft elevation gain.
Hike Time: 3 - 4 hours from Trailhead to the Saddle, at an easy pace, and about 2 1/2 hours back down.
Directions to Trailhead: For a detailed map and driving directions to the trailhead at the parking lot at the east end of Icehouse Canyon Road, click here.

Special notes about this hike:

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Move cursor slowly along blue trail line, on the map below, to view various pictures taken on the trail. For a printable version of this map, click here.

Trailhead - 3.6 Miles to Saddle, Click for more info Lower Chapman Trail Jct, Click for more info Sedimentary Bolder, Click for more info Mile 2 Marker, Click for more info Columbine Spring, Click for more info Starting Upper Trail, Click for more info Upper Trail, Click for more info Upper Chapman Trail Jct, Click for more info Upper Trail - Mt. Baldy, Click for more info Saddle, Click for more info 2007 Magnetic Declination - 13.5 Degrees East, Click for more info

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