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 Ontario Peak Group Trailhead Icehouse Canyon The stunning scenery, perfect weather, my awesome hiking buddies, and meeting some new friends at the summit made for a pretty near-perfect day. This one technically completes my 6-Pack, but I'm not done yet — still got San Gorgonio and San Bernardino to make it 8!Read More →
Peak Ontario Peak Group Girls Who Hike Trailhead Ice House Canyon T'was a lovely hike. We began at 6 am while it was cool and dark and finished by 2pm, logged 12.6 miles. Was looking forward to the possbility of a bighorn sheep sighting, but had no luck. Although I saw plenty of squirrels and […]Read More →
Peak Ontario Peak Group Girls Who Hike Trailhead Ice House Canyon Met six other ladies from Girls Who Hike around 5:45 a.m. on September 29 to summit Ontario Peak. Finally realized that it's fall, and guess what, it's dark at 5:45 a.m.! By headlamp and flashlight, we hit the trail at 6:05 a.m. This was […]Read More →
Peak Ontario Peak Group Trailhead Icehouse Canyon See Part 1 where we finish Cucamonga Peak and arrive back at the saddle at 9:45 p.m. As tired as I was, we hit up Ontario Peak. We arrived at the peak at 11:45 p.m. Pretty amazing views at night. We saw clouds forming right above our […]Read More →
Peak Ontario Peak Group Trailhead Icehouse Canyon We summited Cucamonga earlier this year and it has the best photo op (ledge), but Ontario wins for the views. There was a bit of smoke, but we could still see a good distance. The trail is good, a few more felled tree trunks to climb over […]Read More →
Peak Ontario Peak Group Trailhead Icehouse Canyon Trailhead We decided to do this peak to continue our training for Whitney which we will tackle in three weeks. We did the first part of this hike when we did Cucamonga Peak and it's a beautiful canyon, water is still running along the canyon floor. When […]Read More →