Are you taking the SoCal Six-Pack of Peaks Challenge? Here you can see all the hikes logged in our 2018 challenge, with the most recent at the top. Click on a hike log to see all the details, more photos and leave comments for the challengers.
Peak Mount Wilson Group Trailhead Chantry Flats Was able to get out on a weekday for this hike and stay away from the crowds. This is a beautiful hike with trees and plant life different from the other 5 peaks. This one was just as much a challenge as the rest of the peaks. […]Read More →
Peak Mount Wilson Group Trailhead Sierra madre This hike is beautiful I read a lot about it not be in so pleasing to the eye but that was going other directions so going the way we went was probably the best choice for us 14 miles but a very beautiful hike especially since the […]Read More →
Peak Mount Wilson Group NA Trailhead Chantry Flat Best trail conditions of all six – the trail is mostly dirt; no ankle-twister rock chunks or giant steps. Warm weather, but almost entirely shaded. Had to step aside for a few mountain bikers, but very few hikers on the trail. Cosmic Cafe was busy, but worth […]Read More →
Peak Mount Wilson Group no Trailhead Chantry Flat We started at 0615, and it was still dark. I've hiked Mt Wilson before but only from the Mt Wilson trail. I was expecting a lot of nats. No Nats today. Yay! Today, we hiked the Olena Road to the upper creek trail route. The trails were […]Read More →
Peak Mount Wilson Group Sergio Martinez Trailhead Sturvant trail My partner and I started the hike around 3pm going down the mountain was easy with perfect weather we got to the bottom right befor sunset and ate and rest and back up throu Zion mt finished the 14 mile loop pass midnight it was an […]Read More →
Peak Mount Wilson Group Solo Hike Trailhead Mt. Wilson Trail Park Hike to summit was challenging, primarily due to it being my first solo hike. The trail direction was not clearly marked at a few junctions, but managed to reach summit without getting lost. Heading down however, I missed the trail for Mt. Wilson Trail […]Read More →