San Jacinto Peak, San Jacinto Wilderness, California

  Trip Planning
  SUMMIT INFORMATION
    Description:   Heavily forested, this strenuous trail is the shortest route to San Jacinto Peak. The trail begins from the road leading to, and shortly before, Marion Mountain Campground. The trail climbs the northwest flank of Marion Ridge offering far reaching vistas.
         
    Location:   San Jacinto Wilderness
         
    Summit Elevation:   10,839 feet
         
    Trailhead Elevation:   6,480 feet
         
    Distance to Summit:   Please comment if you know.
         
    Permit/Fees:   A permit is required to enter the San Jacinto Wilderness for either day hiking or overnight backpacking. USFS permits are issued for groups up to 12 people. A separate permit is needed for each trip. Use this form if you plan to camp in USFS managed wilderness. This form is not valid for CA state wilderness permits. http://www.fsva.org/pdf/Wilderness%20Permit%20App%20MSJW.pdf
         
  RESOURCES    
    Helpful Website(s):   http://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/sbnf/recreation/hiking/recarea/?recid=26477&actid=50
         
    Local Contact:   Please report trail conditions to (909) 382-2600
         
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    Local Stuff:   Please comment if you know.
         
    Community Recs:   Please comment if you know.
         
  DIRECTIONS  
    About Google Maps for Directions:
This is a GPS location. Just enter your "From" address in Google Maps and the directions Google provides will take you to this summit trailhead.
 
  SEE THE SUMMIT    
    Google Map GPS:
This is a GPS map of the summit.
 

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