— New Challenge —
I’ve always been trying to figure out a good challenge to take on. I have a ton of training above 10,000 feet I need to do because I have two major hikes this year including two peaks above 14,000 feet. So, I’ve been trying to think what would be cool training for the hikes that I have planned. What if I hike every single peak in Southern California that is above 10,000 feet? It’s definitely doable, don’t know how long it will take me, but it will be a good challenge that I can keep updating you guys on here on this blog. Have any of you done any of these? I have done only 2 of them Mt. Baldy (Mount San Antonio – twice) and San Jacinto Peak (Cactus to Clouds Hike).
Have any of you guys done all of these or even any? Tell me about your journey!
— Peaks Above 10,000 Feet —
There are 22 peaks in Southern California that are above 10,000 feet.
|Rank||Peak Name||Elevation (ft.)||Date Finished||My Description|
|1.||San Gorgonio Mountain||11,499||05/09/21||San Gorgonio via South Fork Trail – San Bernardino National Forest|
|6.||San Jacinto Peak||10,834||05/08/16 & 04/17/21||Mt. San Jacinto via Deer Springs Trail|
|8.||San Bernardino East Peak||10,691|
|11.||San Bernardino Peak||10,649|
|21.||Ten Thousand Foot Ridge||10,094|
|22.||Mt. Baldy||10,064||07/23/13 & 11/12/17 & 05/02/21||Mt. Baldy Loop via Bear Canyon Trail|
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