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Location: Ventura County, about 4 miles south-southwest of Frazier Park, 75 miles from Los Angeles
|Auto Club||Ventura County, Los Angeles and Vicinity|
|Forest Service||Los Padres National Forest: Mt Pinos, Ojai and Santa Barbara Ranger Districts|
|USGS Topo||Frazier Mtn 7½|
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Nearby Peaks: Tecuya Mountain
- Distance: 11.4 miles round trip
- Gain: 3500' total, 3300' out plus 200' on return
- Time: 7-8 hours round trip
- Rating: Class 1, Strenuous
- Navigation: Difficult
Original: Peter Doggett, April 2013
DRIVING ROUTE 2
- From Sylmar rideshare (Roxford & I-5) drive north on I-5 about 45 miles to the Frazier Mtn. Park Road. Exit freeway.
- At end of the off-ramp, reset odometer & turn left.
- At 3.7 miles there is a flashing red stop sign. Turn left here on Monterey Trail.
- At 3.8 miles, turn left on Park Drive.
- At about 4.0 miles, Park Drive veers south and turns into East End Drive. Continue.
- At 4.3 miles the pavement ends. Park here.
HIKING ROUTE 2
- From the parking area (4900'),
hike southwest up the dirt road & pass a gate after 0.1 mile.
- Continue up the dirt road for another mile until it ends (5450').
- Turn right and follow a path that goes up a major, steep canyon for 1.5 miles.
- Upon reaching the top of the NE gully (7500' contour), head west for 0.2 mile to a faint dirt road.
- Turn left and follow this dirt road for 0.2 mile to 8N24 (elevation 7700').
- Turn right on 8N24 & after 1.2 miles, you'll meet 121, a dirt road that comes up from Arrastra Flat. Keep right.
- After another 0.5 mile, turn left and follow this dirt road for 1 mile to the summit antennas.
Because of repeated vandalism, the summit register has been moved
to a pile of rocks very roughly 30 yards northeast of the benchmark.