Nice hike, nothing difficult although the trail is long to get to the top.
Great hike up from Angelus Oaks. Temperature never went above 40, no snow, but all creeks were frozen. Beautiful views, but this trail felt like forever getting down.
Nice up and back on a beautiful day. Temps were in the 40's & 50's for the day in December!! Views were exceptional.
4 of us made it up in 5 hours and down in 4 hours.
A group of 9 started from Angelus Oaks and bagged San Bernardino Peak, then San Bernardino East Peak before descending on the Momyer Creek Trail to Forest Falls.
Did this a while back it really is one of my favorite places once you get past the peak and hike along the ridge to the other peaks.
Great warm-up for San Jacinto and San Gorgonio.
Climbed San Bernardino Peak, S. Bernardino Pk East, Anderson, Alto Diablo, Little Charlton, Jepson and Gorgonio over the Memorial Day weekend. Trip video here: http://youtu.be/-29-ObWUHMk
Great day hike. A little more snow at the top than we thought there would be, however we did not use crampons or spikes.
8:30 up and back dispite the slipping and sliding coming down.
Backpacked up this mountain with some friends when school got out. So much fun. The last part is so much longer than you expect. The summit was cool and glad we did it.
Hiked up to Limber Pine Bench camp, spent the night, and hit up the peak in the morning. Wonderful views!
One of four summits in a day on the San Bernardino Ridge. (Sheilds, Anderson, East and San Berdo) Took a personal day off of work to do this as a training hike for my upcoming Rainier attempt. Joined by Chris, Iain, and Tom.
up via san bernardino peak divide trail, then san bernardino, san bernardino east, anderson, shields, alto diablo, charlton, little charlton, san gorgonio, jepson, little dobbs, dobbs, and then down dobbs' west ridge to vivian creek trail and out.
9 peaks traverse
Made this hike from Angelus Oaks on a free weekend while in the area on business. There was a light snow cover on the upper parts of the trail in the morning, but it was mostly melted by the afternoon. My wife tells me that I'm crazy to travel to SoCal so I can go hike in the snow. Very peaceful, not many people on the trail. Beautiful views from the top.
Good end to a long hike! Also climbed in winter on Jan 16 2012
San Gorgonio Peak Traverse: #1
hit sb and sb-east as part of a hps backpack up the sb peak divide trail. great trip and great views.
Second ascent, trees on ridge covered in rime ice after first snow storm of season. Beautiful, otherwordly feel.