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San Antonio Falls is a result of a stream coursing down rock face of Mt. San Antonio, or "Old Baldy." It falls about 100 feet in three tiers. The easy hike to the base of the falls is by way of a gated service road just above Manker Flats Campground and just below the parking area for the Mt. Baldy ski lift. After walking 0.6-mile, you'll hear and see the falls down in the ravine to the left.

Directions: From Claremont, CA, Travel on Foothill Boulevard to Mills Avenue. Take Mills Avenue until it turns into Mt. Baldy Road. Drive 12 miles north on Mt. Baldy Road to the campground. (Note: Foothill can be reached by taking Mountain Avenue north from the 10 freeway).

Elevation: 6,300 feet

Distance: 1 miles

Difficulty: Easy

 
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Angeles National Forest, California


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