Islip Saddle from the Mount Williamson Trail
|Elevation||6,680 ft (2,036 m)|
SR 39 (closed; at summit)
|Location||Los Angeles County, California|
|Range||San Gabriel Mountains|
Islip Saddle (// EYE-slip) is a saddle and mountain pass in Los Angeles County, California, United States. It lies just west of Mount Islip in the San Gabriel Mountains at the intersection of State Route 2 and the northern terminus of State Route 39. Islip Saddle is named after Canadian George Islip. He was a San Gabriel Canyon homesteader in the 1900s. 
There are three trailheads at Islip Saddle. Two of the trailheads are part of the Pacific Crest Trail which crosses Route 2 at the saddle. Islip Saddle can be reached from Mount Islip on the south side of the mountains, or by from the north side from Angeles Crest Highway or from Crystal Lake Recreation Area. Closest campground is the very popular Little Jimmy Trail Camp.
- U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Islip Saddle
- "HIGHWAY 39: CALTRANS VS. MOTHER NATURE". California Department of Transportation. Retrieved 2010-07-05.
- LA Times, Mt. Islip in the San Gabriels Presents Views of L.A. Area, August 27, 1988, by JOHN McKINNEY
- "Hiking Trails" (PDF). Angeles National Forest. Retrieved 2010-07-05.
- "Islip Saddle to Little Jimmy and Mount Islip". Angeles National Forest. Retrieved 2010-07-05.
- USDA Forest Service, Little Jimmy Trail Camp
- summitpost.org, Islip Saddle
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