** Use at Your Own Risk **
Location: San Bernardino County, about 7 miles north of Fontana, 70 miles from Los Angeles
ROUTE 1(USFS Adventure Pass required)
DRIVING ROUTE 1
Note: High clearance 4WD vehicles may be required past 8.2 miles. The road is too rough and steep for 2WD vehicles past this point. There is also a problem with brush damaging vehicles' finish. It may be easier to leave vehicles at the San Sevaine Lookout trailhead (5550') and hike the road toward the Buck Point. This will add 4 miles round trip and 500' of gain.
HIKING ROUTE 1
The brush along the use trail may become almost impassable if not clipped.
1N34 is sometimes open from Cucamonga Canyon. This is a long 4WD road and can be very rough and sometimes impassable.
It is also possible to hike up the roadbed for old 1N36 from the southeast. This route is the shortest one if you want to hike in from Sierra Avenue.
The peak has also been climbed from the south via a firebreak from the end of Etiwanda Avenue.
High clearance 4WD vehicles are recommended for driving the dirt road approach. The road from Sierra Avenue to San Sevaine is opened to the public only for the period from Labor Day to the first major storm of the season. Contact the Lytle Creek Ranger Station at (909) 382-2851 for details.
Buck Point is officially a hunter's spot on the road, 0.2 mile to the north of the peak. The name "Buck Point" for peak 6433' was adopted by the HPS when it was added to the List in 1962.
Please report any corrections or changes to the Mountain Records Chair.
Hundred Peaks Section, Angeles Chapter, Sierra Club