Elevation

8,859 ft / 2,700 m

Prominence

1,299 ft / 395 m

Summits

135 summits

Top climbing months

July   21%

May   20%

June   14%

Most climbed route

Icehouse Canyon

Class 1
"This was the first of two peaks on the day, which included Etiwanda Peak. Cucamonga is reached first and requires most of the effort. I was surprised to see large groups of people making it all the way to the summit. I even witnessed a hiker reach the summit while having a baby strapped to his chest. Never thought I would see something like that in a place like this. Everybody seemed to take turns posing with the sign at the summit. Naturally, I had my moments as well, since I didn't want to be an outcast up there. Despite arriving at the trailhead at 6:30 AM, I still needed to park nearly a m" - Peak-Conquistador, Jul 14, 2018
"Sierra Club HPS Hike to Cucamonga and Etiwanda, starting at 6:00 AM. The trail gets crowded REALLY early in the summers, and Icehouse Saddle was windy as usual, but overall, the weather and general trail conditions were near-perfect. " - ctrain2018, Jun 16, 2018
"YoPro Six Pack Challenge climb. This climb was a tricky adventure and learning experience for several reasons: 1) Stragglers in the group caused the original hiking party to disperse. 2) Navigation challenges (trail forks at Icehouse Saddle, the sign denoting the summit turn-off was not there) caused a few other hikers and me to make an unintended 0.5 mile detour to a neighboring unnamed peak*. The tip to avoiding this in the future is to "turn (southward) uphill" shortly after the horrific set of switchbacks that happens after passing after Icehouse and to keep going (southward) until rea" - ctrain2018, Jan 7, 2018
"Absolutely perfect day for this climb. Straight forward and relatively easy. Took us far too long due to being out of shape (first major climb of the year. Also as a bonus, first rattle snake we've seen on a trail (he was just a baby). " - DoyleWalton, Jun 10, 2017
"We have been waiting and waiting for the snow to clear so that we could continue on our quest to hike the 6 Peaks! We arrived at Icehouse Canyon on Sunday around 7:30 a.m. and the lot already full. We were lucky that we found parking still down the street a bit. We snagged one of the last permits in the box and began our hike. It was nice by the creek, but already warmer than we thought it would be, and we quickly shed layers.We leap-froged a few other groups on the way to Icehouse Saddle. There we found many groups taking a break before moving on. For the amount of people in the lot and on th" - yosinalissebeck, Jun 4, 2017

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