Big Horn Mine

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The gold mine got its name in the late 1800s from the founder Charles Tom Vincent who was hunting big horn sheep in this area. The 4-mile hike is characterized by rocky cliffs and patches of dense foliage. As you go up higher you'll be treated to gorgeous views of the San Gabriel River Basin. You can also stop by the abandoned mine although you should take care to not lose your footing. Located on the opposite trail is Vincent's cabin which is well-maintained and a nice glimpse into the history of California. (Submitted by Guillermo Arce)

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Awesome little hike not bad at all and an amazing view
Made it to the Mine!
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