San Gabriel Mountains

Fact Sheet: San Gabriel Mountains
Fact Sheet: San Gabriel Mountains 1024 683 California Wilderness Coalition

CalWild has found the following lands to be wilderness eligible, as that term is defined by the Wilderness Act of 1964:   Condor Peak Proposed Wilderness Location: 4 miles north…

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Sheep Mountain
Fact Sheet: Sheep Mountain Proposed Wilderness
Fact Sheet: Sheep Mountain Proposed Wilderness 1024 768 California Wilderness Coalition

The Sheep Mountain Wilderness Additions include several tributary canyons of the San Gabriel River, a portion of the San Gabriel Mountains crest between Mt. Baden Powell and Mt. Hawkins, and…

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W Fork San Gabriel
Fact Sheet: San Gabriel River Proposed Wild & Scenic Rivers (East, West, and North Forks)
Fact Sheet: San Gabriel River Proposed Wild & Scenic Rivers (East, West, and North Forks) 683 1024 California Wilderness Coalition

The West, North and East Forks of the San Gabriel River drain the largest watershed in southern California’s magnificent San Gabriel Mountains. The forks of the river provide thirsty urban…

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Fact Sheet: San Gabriel Proposed Wilderness Additions
Fact Sheet: San Gabriel Proposed Wilderness Additions 1024 768 California Wilderness Coalition

The proposed San Gabriel Wilderness Addition encompasses a portion of the West Fork San Gabriel River and its watershed – an important source of clean drinking water for the Los…

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Fact Sheet: San Antonio Creek Proposed Wild & Scenic River
Fact Sheet: San Antonio Creek Proposed Wild & Scenic River 669 1024 California Wilderness Coalition

San Antonio Creek flows from a sub-alpine bowl high in the San Gabriel Mountains, through a spectacularly rugged canyon studded with big cone Douglas fir, and then over 75 foot-high…

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Fact Sheet: Lytle Creek Middle Fork Proposed Wild & Scenic River
Fact Sheet: Lytle Creek Middle Fork Proposed Wild & Scenic River 1024 456 California Wilderness Coalition

Flowing from the alpine heights of Cucamonga Peak and the Cucamonga Wilderness, the Middle Fork tumbles down a rugged and scenic canyon over several waterfalls. The Lytle Creek drainage defines…

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Little Rock Creek
Fact Sheet: Little Rock Creek Proposed Wild & Scenic River
Fact Sheet: Little Rock Creek Proposed Wild & Scenic River 669 1024 California Wilderness Coalition

Rising from the sub-alpine slopes of Mount Williamson, Little Rock Creek tumbles down the northern escarpment of the San Gabriel Mountains into the Mojave Desert. An area of high ecological…

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Fact Sheet: Cucamonga Proposed Wilderness Additions
Fact Sheet: Cucamonga Proposed Wilderness Additions 1024 396 California Wilderness Coalition

The proposed Cucamonga Wilderness Additions include the upper portions of the Lytle Creek watershed. The rugged slopes and canyons of this magnificent country support some of Southern California’s largest sugar pine trees,…

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Fact Sheet: Condor Peak Proposed Wilderness
Fact Sheet: Condor Peak Proposed Wilderness 1024 886 California Wilderness Coalition

The Condor Peak Proposed Wilderness is among the most spectacular wild places in the San Gabriel Mountains. This vast area in the Angeles National Forest features rugged canyons, cliffs, ridgelines and scenic peaks…

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Fact Sheet: Castaic Proposed Wilderness
Fact Sheet: Castaic Proposed Wilderness 1024 409 California Wilderness Coalition

The Castaic Proposed Wilderness is a jewel. Its Fish Canyon area features dramatic red rock cliffs, lush riparian areas, old growth chaparral, vernal pools, a trout-filled creek, a portion of…

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