[CMCEmail] Southern California Climbs

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Thu Jun 21 17:12:22 EDT 2018

Howdy, Ron, (Augie, Norma),
What about North Ridge of Big Iron, which Augie did with me. Approach involves some x-country, stream crossings and about 4000' gain in little over a mile, with some cl. 3. Augie wrote it up on SummitPost. I don't know if it suits your needs. Also, Triplet Rocks. Heavy duty x-c, real cl.3-4, and summit rock is class 5. (NOT for a hot day.) Good write-ups and photos available online.
Good luck!
Asher Waxman 

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Strawberry Peak (6K+ feet) has an enjoyable 3d class route along its west ridge. You can ascend to the start of the route via the Colby Canyon trailhead right off Angeles Crest Highway. My Colby Canyon trailhead page on SummitPost.org could provide directions. 
Augie Medina

On Jun 21, 2018, at 8:44 AM, CMCEmail at Californiamountaineer.com <cmcemail at californiamountaineer.com> wrote:
Finding class three is hard. First things that come to mind are San Antonio Ridge traverse and Falling Rock Canyon to Ontario from Icehouse Cyn Trail. I’ve done the north ridge aka Leatherneck Ridge to San Jacinto twice in snow. That’s very fun. Would be nice too dry as long as it’s not too hot.


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On Jun 21, 2018, at 7:42 AM, CMCEmail at Californiamountaineer.com <cmcemail at californiamountaineer.com> wrote:

Hey friends,

I'm looking for practice/training climbs within 90 minutes of orange county (San Bernardino, San Jacinto, San Gabriel mtns, etc).

Something that would be similar to a class 3/4/low 5th climb in the Sierras. so longer routes/climbs would be best.

Please send me any suggestions/comments, etc.

Ron Webber
(714) 497-5766

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