Elevation

9,138 ft / 2,785 m

Prominence

578 ft / 176 m

Summits

72 summits

Top climbing months

June   27%

July   12%

August   12%

Most climbed route

Dawson Saddle

"Stopped by Throop on the way to Copter Ridge. The summit is approximately 2 miles from Dawson Saddle via the Dawson Saddle trail and a short segment of the PCT. The trail leaves the PCT to elevate to the summit. After snapping a few pics, I headed on to Mt Hawkins and then to Copter Ridge." - Peak-Conquistador, May 5, 2018
"My 3rd visit to Throop was as usual, an awesome, peaceful hike up from Dawson Saddle through some gorgeous conifer forest. But, after Throop I took the PCT (Pacific Crest Trail) eastbound and visited Burnham (8,997'), Peak 9,100' (east of Burnham), and Baden-Powell (9,399'). The Dawson Saddle Trail is a mellow, easy trail, meeting up with the Pacific Crest Trail. You hike a few feet along the PCT, then find the faint use trail up to Throop, which is the steepest part of the climb. Views on Throop are amazing! The weather was crisp with an early fall chill, reflected in some of the changin" - brianpowell, Sep 24, 2017
"The way to Throop Peak was the same as last time; I ascended Dawson Saddle Trail off Angeles Crest Highway to a brief walk on Pacific Crest Trail. I then found the use trail, and ascended the summit. After a break, I then went on to Mt. Hawkins (8,850')." - brianpowell, Jul 9, 2016
"1 of 4 on the day. Came up directly from Dawson Saddle along N ridge and the use trail back down to rejoin the PCT. Incredibly clear morning, could see DTLA and much of the LA basin." - edg, Jun 18, 2016
"Easy to moderate hike ca. 4 miles from Dawson Saddle (7,901) at Angeles Crest Hwy (CA-2) up Dawson Saddle Trail. Goes through Jeffrey Pine/Sugar Pine/White Fir, and then Lodgepole/Limber Pine on higher, north facing slopes. Summit is 9,138'. " - brianpowell, Aug 8, 2015

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