Mojave River Valley Museum
Angeles National Forest:
Angeles Crest Highway
The scenic byway ascends and winds its way through 66 miles of the Angeles National Forest, through chaparral, and montane
forest habitats, along the highest and most scenic ridges of the San Gabriel mountain range.
Three Points (5,920') is named for the junction between the Angeles Crest Highway and ...
The Picnic Area is named for Commodore Perry Switzer. With Bob and Elizabeth ...
This trail (coming from Mt. Wilson) from the West Fork to Barley Flats was one of the ...
Charlton Flat is an open area near Vetter Mountain, Angeles NF, part of the ...
This location is also known as Red Box Gap or Red Box Divide for its position between ...
Buckhorn is named for a pair of gigantic horns once nailed to a tree there when ...
Chilao Visitor Center
Once you visit this beautiful site, you'll understand why it was chosen years ago as ...
Grassy Hollow Visitor Center
Follow the animal tracks from the interpretive panels, under the trees ...
The Gap is the 6,565' saddle in the San Gabriel Mountains between the coastal and the desert ...
The Angeles Crest Highway reaches its highest elevation at Dawson Saddle. ...
Islip Saddle, pronounced "eye-slip", is a 6,593' saddle located near the center of the ...
Blue Ridge Summit
Blue Ridge is named for the color of the rock, the distinctive blue-gray Pelona schist. ...
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