Mike Otsby and I ran up it real quick when we hiked to the Saddle from Middle Fork of Lyttle Creek. Fun time
Anti-climatic after Telegraph Peak. However a nice place to stop for lunch.
Better not let the Chief know about SOCAL's own version of Brower-Palisade, Timber/Chapman, Deb!
Via Ice House Cyn, tagged Telegraph first then Thunder. Rather windy day; lots of sun. Nice trail to summit but what is the "Chapman Mtn" register box doing in a tree up there? Ran quite a bit of the way back to TH until I fell in love with the fall colors in the canyon and slowed down to gaze.
of the 3T's from Icehouse Canyon trailhead
Easy hike from the saddle, with some nice views on top!
Took the 3T trail from Icehouse Canyon to Timber, Telegraph, and Thunder on a very warm day in August. Went back the same way (overall ~15 miles and 5,900 feet elevation gain).
The first time I took my Siberian Husky up a mountain was Timber. She loved hiking ahead of me (just in sight) and when we got up to the summit, we ate and then she went wondering around the top getting further and further away. She vanished and I climbed the big tree on the summit to almost the top. I watched her return and wimpering when she realized I was gone. To get even with me, back at the Icehouse Restuarant (now gone) parking lot she found their grease pit and rolled around in it. I scraped handfuls of grease off her before wrapping her up in a newspaper and driving home.
Made a nice little day hike with snow coverage halfway between the saddle and the summit. We put on crampons for fun rather than by necessity. Found excellent cougar tracks near the top.
The 3 Ts with a Sierra Club group.
Climbed this peak several times via Icehouse Canyon.
Climbed this one with my sister Dirndlgirl and the Sierra Club for a Cucamonga Wilderness Expansion Campaign. A bit anticlimactic for the effort slogging it up through Ricehouse Canyon.
I took the 3 T's trail starting at the Ice House Canyon Trailhead and ended up at the parking lot of the Mt.Baldy ski lifts. I was unable to bag all 3 T's as I was running behind due to the snow and had to skip Telegraph peak
Did this along with Telegraph.
Good little hike. Done a couple of times.
One T down, two to go!
Loved this hike. Left from Icehouse Trailhead at 1130am and made it to the summit at 200pm. Took in the views of the High Desert, Mt. San Antonio, Ontario Peak, and Telegraph peak. Couldn't find the register to sign, but got a picture at the top. Is it just me or does the summit marker look like a grave??? A great day hike!
Started at the Middle Fork of Lytle Creek and came up to Icehouse Saddle, hit the 3 Ts on the way to Mt. Baldy. This was my 2nd attempt at this route, the 1st time in December we camped on Telegraph and went back due to ice and snow, and no Ice axe or crampons. Have hiked 3 or 4 times.
Did it once as a roundtrip to Telegraph and back, once as a 3Ts hike, and once on a snowy spring day.
Did this as part of the 3 Ts. Nice day out, no crampons required. Did a traverse from Icehouse Canyon to Baldy Notch. Hiked down to the parking lot and hitched a ride from another SP member back to the truck. 7 hours car to car.