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This wilderness consists of 12,800 acres of moutainous peaks and rough terrain, with elevations ranging between 5,000 and 9,000 feet.
The most popular portions of the Cucamonga Wilderness are located in the canyons where water can be found.
A wilderness visitor's permit must be obtained for day hikes or overnight camping before you enter the Cucamonga Wilderness on the Middle Fork and Cucamonga Peak Trails. Permits and additional information may be obtained at the Lytle Creek Ranger Station.
Off-Road Trails in the Cucamonga Wilderness
- Angeles National Forest
- 4,200 acres
- San Bernardino National Forest
- 8,581 acres