6,924 ft / 2,110 m


244 ft / 74 m


26 summits

Top climbing months

November   23%

July   15%

May   11%

Most climbed route

Falling Rock Canyon

"Sweeping Icehouse Canyon. Ending up liking his bump quite a bit. First the fun class 2 tracing the ridge from Ontario. Then on the way down sustained scree skiing!!!! I just wouldn't want to climb up from Icehouse Canyon." - JustinB, Oct 1, 2018
"Familiar story on my part. I only had 5 consecutive hours to bag a peak for the entire weekend, and I end up with an HPS summit. I had considered Sugarloaf in the past, but always avoided it since it would involve a lot of scrambling. Today I didn't seem to mind a good scramble. After leaving the Icehouse Canyon Trail at about a half mile in, I crossed the creek and began ascending Falling Rock Canyon. It didn't take long to realize and contribute to the canyon's name. I methodically worked my way up to the ridgeline leading to Sugarloaf and then to the summit. Coming back down was much quicke" - Peak-Conquistador, Mar 31, 2018
"A perfect short morning hike up Falling rock to Suagrloaf peak. Fun company and perfect weather. The valley was a sea of clouds but we had great views of Mt. Baldy and the 3 T's!" - DerekJayRichardson, Apr 20, 2015
"Bagged it on the way down from Ontario Peak. Watch out for the last dry waterfall! It's not passable. To detour this, get on a trace trail on the east side, then contour to the east. " - thesearcherextraordinaire, May 17, 2014
"Was surprised by the two dry falls early, but once you got past those it was pretty standrad class II. Found a wedding ring during the hike, although since only one other person has claimed it before me on this site, I don't think it belongs to a peakery member." - Christopher, Jan 20, 2012



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