Mount Baden-Powell (/ˈbeɪdən ˈpoʊ.əl/) is a peak in the San Gabriel Mountains of California named for the founder of the World Scouting Movement, Robert Baden-Powell, 1st Baron Baden-Powell. It was officially recognized by the USGS at a dedication ceremony in 1931. It was originally known as East Twin or North Baldy.
There's a trail leading to the summit.
By elevation Mount Baden-Powell is
# 27 out of 2181 in the California Ranges # 5 out of 17 in Sheep Mountain Wilderness # 6 out of 140 in Angeles National Forest # 3 out of 256 in Los Angeles County # 5 out of 65 in San Gabriel Mountains National Monument # 6 out of 142 in the San Gabriel Mountains
By prominence Mount Baden-Powell is
# 18 out of 2181 in the California Ranges # 59 out of 7926 in California # 2 out of 17 in Sheep Mountain Wilderness # 2 out of 140 in Angeles National Forest # 2 out of 256 in Los Angeles County # 2 out of 65 in San Gabriel Mountains National Monument # 2 out of 142 in the San Gabriel Mountains
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