Bald Peak is a little summit that juts out of the main crest of the Santa Ana Mountains. The peak has a classic sugarlump like profile as it rises from a bend in the North Main Divide Road. The peak marks the turning point in boundary lines between Riverside and Orange counties. Bald Peak in on the Sierra Clubs Lower Peaks List. The peak can be basically a drive up to high clearance vehicles. The peak would make for a nice fireroad mountain bike ascent. If hiking the peak take care of offroad vehicles that frequent the road and to bring sun protection bceause there is no shade at all. On clear days the peak has nice views of the Inland Valley and the surrounding higher mountain ranges. Other nearby Lower Peaks that would be good for combining trips to are Bedford Peak, Pleasants Peak, and Sierra Peak. Also list Hundred Peaks nearby are range highpoint Santiago Peak and Modjeska Peak.
Getting ThereTake I-15 to the city of Corona and exit at Weirick Road. Turn right at the end of the off ramp and turn left onto Knabe Road. Drive about a 1/2 mile where on your right you'll see a truck yard. Just north of this fenced in yard you'll see a narrow road. You'll see a sign that says Bedford Motorway, turn right here or park along the roadside.
Roundtrip for Bald Peak is 14 miles and +3000 feet of gain.
Red Tape & External LinksBald Peak is on the Lower Peaks List.
For current conditions Cleveland National Forest.