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West Cucamonga Truck Trail to Frankish Peak

West Cucamonga Truck Trail to Frankish Peak

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West Cucamonga Truck Trail to Frankish Peak

Page Type: Trail

Location: California, United States, North America

Lat/Lon: 34.17560°N / 117.6561°W

Trail Type: Cross Country

County: San Bernardino

Technical Difficulty: Easy

Aerobic Difficulty: Medium

Layout: Out & Back

Elevation Gain: 2200 ft / 671 m

Length: 9.0 Mi / 14.5 Km

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Frankish Peak

Frankish Peak is a small peak in front of Ontario Peak in the eastern San Gabriels. It is visible for miles around in the Inland Empire and San Gabriel Valley. Views of San Antonio Canyon, Ontario Peak, West Fork Canyon of the Cucamonga Creek, Cucamonga Canyon, and the Inland Empire are offered from the top of this small mountain. Many people have been to the top and snow levels hardly fall below 4000' in the area, thus making this a year-round peak. The old West Cucamonga Truck Trail road route has been weather damaged in recent years but is still passable.

Trail Description


Follow the road for about mile, which turns to dirt, until you reach a fork. Turn left onto West Fork Truck Trail. Continue on the West Cucamonga Trail, it heads downhill at first, until it forks after about 2.5 miles. Turn right and head up the road to the summit of Frankish Peak after another mile.
The ride is around 9 miles roundtrip with about 2200 feet of gain.

Getting There

From the 210 Freeway take the Carnelian St exit and head south to 19th Street. At 19th turn right head westward; at Sapphire Street turn right and head north. Continue until Skyline Drive. Head through the newly built houses to where the fireroad starts up the mountain. Park here at one of the few turnouts without blocking traffic. Park at the turnouts before the road turns to dirt.

When to Bike & External Links

Frankish Peak can be ridden year around, though on wet days the road can be pretty muddy.

Go to San Bernardino National Forest for current conditions.

You will need a Adventure Pass to park at the turnout.


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