Angeles
National Forest

The Angeles National Forest (ANF) of the U.S. Forest Service is located in the San Gabriel Mountains and Sierra Pelona Mountains, primarily within Los Angeles County in southern California. The ANF manages a majority of the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument. The national forest was established in 1908, incorporating the first San Bernardino National Forest and parts of the former Santa Barba…
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2,659 Mile Long Trail from Mexico to Canada
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A loop on multiple trails through one of the most picturesque and popular canyon…
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This is the easiest way to reach Timber Mountain, the southernmost of the "Three…
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Will Thrall Peak is one of the most rugged, challenging, and remote peaks in the…
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A 10.5 mile loop from the top of Mount Wilson to two trail camps along the East …
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A 14 mile in-and-out that hits two of the tallest, most prominent peaks in the A…
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A lengthy trip from the high desert to Burkhart Saddle, amidst the high peaks of…
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This 6.1 mile out-and-back travels over one ridge of the front range of the San …
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A leg-busting ascent to the highest point in Los Angeles County, with a neighbor…
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A short hike to 50-foot high Switzer Falls, one of the most popular and easily-a…
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This trek to Cucamonga Peak is a lengthy, steep hike up to one of the tallest pe…
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South Mount Hawkins is a prominent peak deep in the San Gabriel Mountains. With …
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A just over 6 mile out-and-back trail to two prominent peaks to the west of Moun…
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The most challenging peak in the front range of the San Gabriels. This trail loo…
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A challenging, lengthy, roller-coaster of a hike – this route to Thunder Mountai…
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A tranquil route into a wooded canyon on the Silver Moccasin Trail. A good condi…
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A 6.3 mile ascent over an additional ridge to an often-overlooked peak in the fr…
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A 13 mile, strenuous partial loop — a not-very-well-known route to the one of So…
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