Driving Directions to Mt. Baldy

Comprehensive and detailed driving directions so you can spend less time driving and more time skiing at Mt. Baldy.

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Mt. Baldy

The Mt. Baldy Ski Lifts, located in Southern California’s San Bernardino County, is the closest ski and snowboard area to Los Angeles, just 45 miles from the city. Mt. Baldy boasts the steepest vertical drop, 2,100’, in Southern California thanks to its 8,600’ summit. Mt. Baldy is merely a nickname, as the ski area actually resides on Mt. San Antonio, which with an elevation of 10,069’ is the highest peak in the San Gabriel Mountain Range. The ski area also provides affordable ski and snowboard lessons and equipment rental and their Top of the Notch restaurant provides wonderful views from 7800’ and spectacular meal options for skiers and snowboarders visiting Mt. Baldy.

By Car:

Mt. Baldy is east of Highway 57 (Orange Freeway) and west of Interstate 15 (Ontario Freeway). From either freeway, use either I-210 (Foothill Freeway) or I-10 (San Bernardino Freeway).

Be aware that there is more than one Mountain Ave. exit off the 210. Make sure it is the Mountain Ave exit in the city of Upland and that it says Mount Baldy on the exit sign Take the Mountain Ave./Mount Baldy exit from either freeway, and head north towards the mountains. Mountain Ave. will turn into Mt Baldy Road and dead end at the ski area parking lot.

 

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