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Erik J.
Report | 3 days ago
leave early before lift lines form to go up and down
Florennce L.
Report | 15 days ago
Make sure to wear water proof gloves for kids who want to play with snow.
claudia l.
Report | 21 days ago
It was a nice little hike. We did the tubbing and then hung out at the bar. Great little outdoor experience and only took me 10 minutes to drive there.
Elizabeth S.
Report | 2 months ago
Dress warm & in layers
Stephen S.
Report | 2 months ago
Tubing here may be a little safer than other places if you have children.
Report | 2 months ago
Get there early, too many visitors! By the time we got there, they had reached their capacity for snow tubing and we couldn't even it.
Matt C.
Report | 2 months ago
Kid friendly. Smaller tubing run than I expected but fun!
Maria M.
Report | 4 months ago
It has a breathtaking view and it's a perfect get away that is not too far. If you need to escape the concrete jungle and don't want to travel far away, this is the perfect escape. There is a restaurant at top that serves food, beer & wine. You can even bring your own picnic.
Arthur M.
Report | 5 months ago
Take plenty of water as it gets pretty hot up there. Hike to the right to possibly see the ocean.
Bindy R.
Report | 7 months ago
Fun. Worth it
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From this high up, the world seems small and compact, framing the ocean, mountains, and desert in the same field of vision. Though Mt. Baldy's soaring peaks seem to shrink the globe to the size of a globe, they also grant access to nature's majesty throughout the year. Four chairlifts gently propel skiers through the San Gabriel Mountains over the trails and 800 acres of skiable earth ranging from gentle slopes to natural quarter pipes. In the warmer months, hiking trails blaze through mountainsides, affording glimpses of historical mining facilities and natural wonders, such as canyons, fauna such as bighorn sheep, and Mother Nature's secret collection of acre-long coffee spoons.

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