San Jacinto Peak Via Marion Mountain Trail Topo Map

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This is the shortest way to climb San Jacinto Peak from the southwest slope. The ?rst 2.25 miles are the most strenuous; you gain 2,200 feet from the trailhead just below Marion Mountain Campground to Deer Springs. The remainder of the route is only slightly less precipitous—2,400 feet more gain in 3.25 miles via the Deer Springs Trail. You can do it in one exhausting pull or make it more enjoyable by spending the night at Little Round Valley Trail Camp. This trip is a living demonstration of forest change with altitude—you start up in Je?rey pine and oak, climb through a belt of sugar pine and white ?r, then into lodgepole pine interspersed with thickets of manzanita, snow-brush, and chinquapin, and ?nally emerge above timberline at the summit.
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Idyllwild, California

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