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San gabriel mountains

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Strawberry Peak in the San Gabriel Mountain Range - California Through My Lens

Strawberry Peak is one of those hikes that I have wanted to do for years but never made a priority. It is the tallest mountain in the front range of the San Gabriels, beating San Gabriel Peak by 3 feet, and it stands at 6,164 feet tall. This peak is a great hike, relatively close...

The San Gabriel Mountains line the eastern side of Los Angeles, from Pasadena to San Bernardino. There are a number of valleys to explore, going east from the city. We started with the one leading to Mt. Baldy in the all-new #RAV4Hybrid thanks to @ToyotaUSA.

The San Gabriel Mountains line the eastern side of Los Angeles, from Pasadena to San Bernardino. There are a number of valleys to explore, going east from the city. We started with the one leading to Mt. Baldy in the all-new #RAV4Hybrid thanks to @ToyotaUSA.

The San Gabriel Mountains are mainly known for two famous peaks in the Southern California area – Mount Baldy and Mount Wilson.

The San Gabriel Mountains are more than just mountains great for winter sports - they host waterfalls, valleys, swimming holes, and iconic formations as well!

5. Mt. San Bernardino -- San Bernardino Mountains

SoCal is so much more than sandy beaches and palm trees. Just take a look at these towering SoCal mountains for proof. So beautiful!

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Another great brief illustrated history on the San Gabriel Mountains by L.A. as Subject and published on KCET.

For thousands of years, Southern Californians have found many reasons to value the San Gabriel Mountains, from recreation to resource extraction.