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21E

Delamar Mountain

8398'

Location: San Bernardino County, about 3 miles north of Fawnskin, 102 miles from Los Angeles

Maps

Auto Club: Los Angeles and Vicinity, San Bernardino Mountain Area
Forest Service: San Bernardino National Forest
USGS Topo: Fawnskin 7½
HPS: Route(s), waypoints and explanation of usage

Nearby Peaks: Little Bear Peak

Printable version of this route

ROUTE 1

(USFS Adventure Pass required)
Distance: 1 mile round trip cross-country
Gain: 600'
Time: 1 hour round trip
Rating: Class 1, easy

Original: John Backus, 1975

DRIVING ROUTE 1

  • Drive east on I-10 to I-215.
  • Drive north on I-215 to SR 210.
  • Drive east on SR 210 to SR 330.
  • Drive north on SR 330 to SR 18 at the town of Running Springs.
  • Drive east on SR 18 to the dam at Big Bear Lake. Turn left on SR 38.
  • Drive on SR 38 to Fawnskin. Turn left (northwest) on 3N14. Note your odometer and go as follows:
  • At 1.3 miles, fork with 2N13 to the left and 3N14 to the right. Go right.
  • At 1.8 miles, fork with Holcomb Valley Road, 3N12, to the right.
  • At 2.4 miles, fork. This is the turnoff for Little Bear Peak. Go right on 3N12.
  • At 3.6 miles, park at the cleared area at a saddle where the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) crosses the road.

HIKING ROUTE 1

  • From the parking area (7800'), hike south up the opposite slope, bearing to the left on an old cat track.
  • Follow this about 1/4 mile to where it crosses a ridge.
  • Turn to the right up the ridge and go about 150 yards to another cat track.
  • Follow this cat track straight up the slope to the summit.

ALTERNATE ROUTES

From the same parking area, go left on the PCT about 1/3 mile to where a jeep road goes uphill to the right. Follow the jeep road to the summit.


SPECIAL CONDITIONS

The dirt roads are seasonal.

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Hundred Peaks Section, Angeles Chapter, Sierra Club
Published 31-August-2008
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