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I've taken my kids and grandkids up the road and into the canyon for hikes. No facilities, so be prepared for that. In the evening, the view of the San Gabriel valley is awesome. The kids spent a good 15 minutes trying to pick out...More
I've driven GMR off and on for decades. My Driver's Ed instructor took us up GMR and it was a good place to learn to drive on a very curvy road. It hasn't changed. Not a great place to go if you're in a rush...More
If you like to hike there are many trails all around. My favorite is at the corner of glendora Mtn rd / dalton springs. Begin with “poop out” to “punk out” this is a considered difficult and a great work out. There are many others...More
This is Very scenic drive all the way to Mount Baldy on one side or to East Fork of the Azusa Canyon on Hwy 39, either way is very scenic with many look out points. Beware of thrill seekers Motorcyclists and motorists alike as this...More
Ride the Glendora Mountain (Ridge) Road on a cool Fall day. When you reach the fork n the road you can continue to Mt Baldy Village or return on the East Fork road through Azusa Canyon to Azusa. Either way you are rewarded with spectacular...More
This is about a 24 mile road with lots of curves, including many hair-pin curves. It's open most of the year except when fires are going or there is a high fire risk.
I would drive it when it's below 80 degrees out to avoid...More
Glendora Mountain Road (GLM) is a winding mountain road that can either lead to Mount Baldy or to the Azusa Canyon Hwy 39. It is very popular for bicycle, motorcycle and car enthusiasts because of the demanding road. It also popular with families who want...More