nice trail with some stellar views
loved it in the snow
I think we were draggin' a little big from Big Horn to Ontario Peak. So sad with all the dead trees but the late afternoon lighting was cool.
Icehouse to Ontario and then Bighorn. Saw 2 bighorn sheep on Bighorn.
Headed up from Icehouse Saddle to Ontario Peak and then cross countried it over to Bighorn and then cross countried it down to the Cucamonga Peak trail and up. Beautiful day to be outdoors.
use this trail for Ontario and Bighorn. Nice trail. eerie with all the dead trees.
Ascended via Falling Rock Canyon and descended on Peak Trail. Bagged Bighorn on the way and descended directly from the summit to Icehouse Saddle.
First time up Ontario. Enjoyable trail, though the trees along the ridge looked sad in the second summer of drought.
First ascent. Introduced to kelly's camp along the way. Hey, That's Me!!
Saw someone on top of the false summit but the trail keeps going to the true summit (no register we could find though). Lots of the new tree growth looks diseased but it could be from drought. Nice hike with amazing views. One one side the vast city and on the other side just mountains. You could boulder at the top but it's kinda high off the deck - I'd want a toprope.
I really love this trail. Great place to spend the night looking at the vast valley of lights below.
I did this peak solo after doing Cucamonga Peak with a group. The area between Kelly's camp and the ridge is interesting semi-barren terrain. After you get on the ridge headed toward the summit, there are literally dozens of large logs strewn across the trail. After coming down from Ontario, I did BigHorn as well. It was a beautiful day and the superb trails make these peaks so accessible.