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Location: San Bernardino County, about 11 miles northeast of Yucaipa, 89 miles from Los Angeles
|Auto Club||Los Angeles and Vicinity, San Bernardino Mountain Area|
|Forest Service||San Bernardino National Forest, A Guide to the San Gorgonio Wilderness|
|USGS Topos||Big Bear Lake 7½, Forest Falls 7½|
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Nearby Peaks: San Bernardino Peak, San Bernardino East Peak, Anderson Peak
(USFS Adventure Pass may be required)
- Distance: 16 miles round trip on trail and cross-country
- Gain: 5400'
- Time: 9-10 hours round trip
- Rating: Class 1, very strenuous
- Navigation: Easy
Original: Joe Young, July 2001
DRIVING ROUTE 4
- Take I-10 east past San Bernardino to the Orange Street exit (SR 38).
- Go one block east, then go north (left) 0.5 mile to Lugonia Avenue.
Turn right on SR 38 (east).
- Go 8 miles to the Mill Creek Ranger Station, a standard rendezvous
- Continue east on SR 38 about 5 miles to the Valley of the Falls Road
on the right.
- Turn right. Drive 2 3/4 miles to a large parking area on the left with
a sign showing the start of the Momyer Trail. Park here.
HIKING ROUTE 4
- From the trailhead (5500'), follow the trail northward and cross Mill
Creek. Pick up the trail on the north side of the creek.
- In 2 1/2 miles
encounter a fork. The right fork goes to Alger Creek Trail Camp and Dollar
- Turn left. Proceed up the steep, mostly shadeless trail for
another 4 1/2 miles to the top of the ridge at the San Bernardino Peak
Divide Trail (1W07) (10,400').
- Turn right and continue east on trail 1W07
about 1 mile to where the trail begins to descend the left side of the
- Leave the trail on the right and follow the very rocky ridge east a
short distance to the summit. Any path through the talus slope can be
taken to reach the summit.