|Elevation||9,142 ft (2,786 m) NAVD 88|
|Prominence||618 ft (188 m)|
|Listing||Hundred Peaks Section|
|Location||Los Angeles County, California, U.S.|
|Range||San Gabriel Mountains|
|Topo map||USGS Crystal Lake|
|Easiest route||Trail hike, class 1|
Throop Peak (// TROOP) is a 9,142 feet (2,786 m) peak in the Angeles National Forest. The high peak provides views of both the Mojave Desert and the Los Angeles Basin all the way to the ocean. The peak was named for Amos G. Throop, founder of Caltech, formerly called Throop College. The peak marks the northwestern boundary of the Sheep Mountain Wilderness.
A trailhead for climbing Throop Peak is located at Dawson Saddle along the Angeles Crest Highway. The route goes through a forest of Jeffrey Pine, Sugar Pine, and the high elevation Lodgepole Pine with some White Fir.
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