San Jacinto Loop Backpacking Topo Map

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At 10,804 feet, San Jacinto Peak is one of the three tallest major summits ringing the Los Angeles Basin. This loop from Humber Park in Idyllwild offers a grand tour of the mountain, taking you past sheer granite cliffs, shady forests of pine and fir, and cool alpine creeks to the stacked summit boulders. If a second vehicle is available, the easiest option is to emerge at the Deer Springs Trailhead and make a 4-mile shuttle. Otherwise, you have the option of dropping down a steep climber’s trail next to Suicide Rock to return to Humber Park.
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Palm Desert, California

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