Mount Pinos Climber's Log

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ericnoel - Jul 22, 2008 3:25 am Date Climbed: Jul 19, 2008

Road (Trail)  Sucess!

A COHP and a P4000 for not much work. Or is that two COHPs?

Augie Medina

Augie Medina - Jul 11, 2008 10:43 am Date Climbed: Jul 9, 2008

Nice Ridge Hike  Sucess!

Parked just below Cerro Oroeste, did that one, then took Mt. Pinos Trail to Grouse Mtn., Sawmill Mtn. and finally Pinos. Enjoyed the cool, calm breezes on the ridge while the LA Basin sweltered.


mdougherty - Jun 14, 2008 11:57 pm Date Climbed: Jun 14, 2008

Nice day  Sucess!

Nice quick hike for a nice view. I'd like to go back and do the rest of the ridge.


llkylej - Apr 30, 2008 12:02 pm Date Climbed: Mar 10, 2008

Unexpected Snow  Sucess!

Brought the dog along for the ride. Didn't expect to see so much snow, but it made the descent that much easier.

justinjohnsen - Feb 27, 2008 12:43 pm Date Climbed: Jul 1, 2007

CN+S+P  Sucess!

Hiked from Cerro Noroeste to Sawmill and Pinos. Cool and shady despite the blazing summer heat below.


Travis_ - Dec 29, 2007 12:33 pm Date Climbed: Dec 28, 2007

Beautiful cold, icy day  Sucess!

Hiked with Tom and Coco. All the way to Cerro Noroeste and back in snow.

Here are my GPS tracks, Google Map and some photos.


bechtt - Dec 29, 2007 12:50 am Date Climbed: Dec 28, 2007

There and back  Sucess!

with Travis and Coco under stormy skies. A little over 6 hours r/t from the parking lot below Mt Pinos. Included Mt Pinos, Sawmill, Grouse, and Cere Noroeste mostly in 1 foot deep unconsolidated (and tiring) snow.

David Rosenberg - Sep 23, 2007 6:08 pm Date Climbed: Jun 8, 2006

Did the traverse  Sucess!

Pinos, Sawmill, Grouse and Cerro Noroeste in just over five hours.


alex - Aug 27, 2007 9:51 pm

I miss this little mountain  Sucess!

My friends and I used to climb all over Pinos when we were in high school. Mostly we would bail after lunch during the winters from 1994 - 1997 and set up little kickers and table-tops back in the woods for our own private snowboard park. I can't be certain, but I seem to recall that we once built a small hit at the bottom of a small knoll that constitutes the summit. I love this mountains and the memories it brings back.

justinjohnsen - Aug 7, 2007 2:41 pm Date Climbed: Jul 1, 2007

Three peaks  Sucess!

Traversed the high ridge of the local mountains from Cerro Noroeste, over Sawmill and up to Pinos. A relaxing, mostly wooded hike with a mixed Sierra & Outdoors Club group. Hoped to see a condor, since this is one of the few places they live in the wild, but no such luck. Did see a young adult bear crossing the road on the drive up.

mlarkin2002 - Jun 25, 2007 9:55 pm

With Sawmill  Sucess!

Uneventful dayhike from rec area parking lot. Consistent snow cover.


wetsponge007 - Jun 23, 2007 1:26 am

Windy trip  Sucess!

Went up with a couple of fellow SP memebers. There was some snow, which made the short hike a lot of fun.

Bob Burd

Bob Burd - May 20, 2007 11:02 pm Date Climbed: Nov 17, 2006

From Cerro Noroeste  Sucess!

Latest visit was from the west, through the Chumash Wilderness. A very enjoyable stroll. Trip Report


Dean - May 20, 2007 1:00 am Date Climbed: Jul 29, 2004

X-Country  Sucess!

I tagged this one first before going over to do Sawmill Mtn. The temperature was almost 100 degrees and fortunately I had enough water to keep me from drying up and blowing away. I didn't go up the road, I just went up cross country from the parking area and in the process I spooked a couple deer that were trying to beat the heat of the day in a wooded section. I took the road down on the way back. An easy hike regardless of which way you go.


theronmoon - May 19, 2007 7:25 pm

Twice  Sucess!

First time with a trip to Reyes, then second with the rest of the Pinos group. Really nice trail connecting the peaks.


keema - May 19, 2007 12:43 pm Date Climbed: Apr 13, 2007

Two fer Day  Sucess!

Had a nice hike in combination with Sawmill Mtn. The day was beautiful for me, but eveidence was all around of the wild weather the day before. The snow and ice was blasted to the sides of trees and the radio tower and was falling off in chunks as the day warmed. It didn't matter if you under the tree or not. :-)

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