Mount Baldy or Mount Baldy Village, formerly Camp Baynham and Camp Baldy, is an unincorporated community in the San Gabriel Mountains, in San Bernardino County near the eastern border of Los Angeles County, in Southern California. It is located below Mount San Antonio, commonly known as "Mount Baldy", hence its name. Contents 1 Geography 2 History
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The City of Mt Baldy is located in the State of California. Find directions to Mt Baldy, browse local businesses, landmarks, get current traffic estimates, road conditions, and more. The Mt Baldy time zone is Pacific Daylight Time which is 8 hours behind Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).
The Mt. Baldy Visitor Center is open Saturdays and most holidays. For more information call (909) 982-2829 or contact the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument at (626) 335-1251. At a Glance Recreation Map Map showing recreational areas. Map Information Activities Outdoor Learning Picnicking
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Skiing and Snowboarding lift tickets Mt Baldy Resort is the #1 Closest Mountain Resort in Southern California. Located only 20 miles outside of Los Angeles we offer the quickest Mountain getaway. Our mountain features 4 Chair Lifts providing access to more than 4000 acres of terrain to accommodate all skill levels.
Mt Baldy Road 53 Scenic Drives Ice House Canyon Trail 15 Canyons, Nature & Wildlife Areas Mt. Baldy Ski Area 149 Ski & Snowboard Areas, Hiking Trails Maloof Foundation for Arts & Crafts 36 Art Galleries Bridge To Nowhere 50 Historic Walking Areas, Hiking Trails Bungee America 34 Amusement & Theme Parks Claremont Hills Wilderness Park 58 Parks
Mt Baldy Hike This 11 mile Mt Baldy hike brings you to the highest point in LA at 10,064 feet. With almost 4000 feet of climbing, it’s a tough yet popular hike, and well worth the effort. You can see from the Pacific to the Mojave on a clear day. There are a few ways to hike Mt Baldy, and this guide takes you on the most popular route.