Snow On The Mountains In Southern California

Snow on Mount San Gorgonio.
Snow on Mount San Gorgonio in the distance.
Another capture of snow on Mount San Gorgonio, with building in the foreground.
Another capture of snow on Mount San Gorgonio, with a building in the foreground.
Snow on Mount Baldy with palm trees in the foreground.
Snow on Mount Baldy with palm trees in the foreground.
The view of Mount Baldy through the trees.
The view of snowcaped Mount Baldy through the trees.
View of Mount Baldy with snow on top.
View of Mount Baldy with snow on top.
Mount Baldy in the distance with trees and a building in the foreground.
Mount Baldy in the distance with trees and a building in the foreground.
Another photo of Mount Baldy with snow on the peaks.
Another photo of Mount Baldy with snow on the peaks.
Snow is visible on the San Bernardino Mountains a few days after the storm.
Snow is visible on the San Bernardino Mountains a few days after the storm.
Snow going along the ridge of the San Bernardino Mountains.
Snow going along the ridge of the San Bernardino Mountains.

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    1. Cars cannot go up to the top of Mount Baldy all the way, but people can hike to the top. The reason it is nicknamed Mount Baldy is because at the higher altitudes there are very few trees, and the mount looks “bald”. The real name of the mountain is Mount San Antonio, but by the locals it is just known as Mount Baldy.

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