ABOUT MT. BALDY
Along with Belknap and Delano, Mt. Baldy soars above the other mountains of the Tushars, an impressive rock pinnacle that juts into the sky. No trees grace the Peak’s highest slopes, hence the name. Climbing Baldy is popularly combined with an ascent of Belknap Peak. The ridge from Belknap provides a straightforward route to the summit of Baldy. Hikers can also approach the summit from the shores of Blue Lake.
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START YOUR HIKE FROM BLUE LAKE
Looking to take a different approach to Baldy Peak? You can start your climb from Blue Lake.
Bullion Divide Backpacking
For more advanced hikers, Mt. Baldy can be combined with the Bullion Divide ridge traverse. Best done as a backpacking trip, where you scramble from Baldy to Sugarloaf, Hidden Peak, the American Fork Twin Peaks and more…
Albian Basin Secret Lake
Start at the Albian Basin Secret Lake, sometimes spelled Cecret Lake, Trailhead for the easiest ascent of Mt. Baldy. This popular hiking area is popular especially when the wildflowers are in full bloom in early summer.