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San Bernardino National Forest

Keller Peak Fire Lookout



Keller Peak Fire Lookout is open to the public 9am - 5pm daily from Memorial Day to mid-November. This lookout is located east of Running Springs on Forest Road 1N96. This 5-mile road is paved all the way to the fire lookout.

Once you have reached the top of the tower, there are excellent views of the San Bernardino Mountains including three lakes: Arrowhead, Gregory, and Silverwood. On a clear afternoon day views of the Pacific Ocean and Santa Catalina Island are possible. From USFS


Once you have reached the top of the tower, there are excellent views of the San Bernardino Mountains including three lakes: Arrowhead, Gregory, and Silverwood. On a clear afternoon day views of the Pacific Ocean and Santa Catalina Island are possible.

The Children’s Forest was created in the wake of the 1970 Bear Fire; the designated 3,400-acre area was replanted with trees bearing the names of children. In 1993, the first trail was established by a work group of children from around the country. This 3/4 -mile Interpretive Trail at the top of Keller Peak Road can still be hiked today.


(USDA Forest Service)


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