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Watch for snakes

Beautiful place but small rattlesnakes are in the sandy wash. YBe aware. When spotted we went back... read more

Reviewed 29 April 2018
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Just outstanding formations Morman Rocks along Hiway 138

We are riding on hiway 138 toward Wrightwood, and these beautiful formations are along side of the... read more

Reviewed 5 December 2017
Phoenix, Arizona
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28 Apr 2018
“Watch for snakes”
5 Dec 2017
“Just outstanding formations Morman Rocks along Hiway 138”
Highway 138, near Cajon Pass, Phelan, CA
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Reviewed 29 April 2018 via mobile

Beautiful place but small rattlesnakes are in the sandy wash. YBe aware. When spotted we went back to the car. Just look around when hiking.

Thank WendyW3527
Reviewed 5 December 2017

We are riding on hiway 138 toward Wrightwood, and these beautiful formations are along side of the road. They are just out there in the middle no where. Hiking trails and little caves. There are a few huge mountains and then a few smaller ones....More

4  Thank SanchaRose
Reviewed 12 June 2017

The Mormon Rocks look like they may have been poured in eons past. It's fun to hike and there are trails to follow. Free off-road parking is available. Beautiful views of the desert and good for familys, but recommended for older kids. We hiked with...More

2  Thank desertsage55
Reviewed 23 April 2017 via mobile

These mountains are amazing! In the middle of the flat desert these beauties just pop up! Never expected to see such awesome peaks in Phelan! Worth a look!

Thank TravelnJoanna
Reviewed 12 August 2016

These rocks are to be found off west side of I-15/HWY138 in the Cajon Pass. The old Morman trail from SLC to LA passed by here. It is easily located. If you hike the trail TAKE PLENTY OF WATER and WATCH FOR SNAKES!

1  Thank SoCalOregonian
Reviewed 5 July 2016

Close by just off I 15 and Hwy 395. Park, be sure to lock your car, anywhere you want. Bring your camera.

Thank James C
Reviewed 21 October 2015

The rocks are amazing. Easy trails or long hike. Remember to carry water, wear sunscreen or a hat, and watch for snakes in warmer weather. Keep in mind this area can get very, very hot. We went as a side-trip on our way home from...More

Thank email4saundra1
Reviewed 15 October 2015

I drive by the Mormon Rocks Station at least half a dozen times each year on my way to San Diego. Each time I think, "I should stop and see what's there on my way back." Each time I decide I'm in too much of...More

3  Thank HomeSalesSally
Reviewed 6 April 2013

These are some really big rocks! We wanted to drive into the fire station / parking area and take the footpath to view the rocks up close, but the gate was closed when we were there. So we just saw them from Highway 138. My...More

2  Thank half-Brit
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