Apache Peak Topo Map

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**NOTE** - This area burned in the 2013 Mountain Fire. As of 2016, the trail remains closed. Check with the Idyllwild Ranger Station at 909-382-2921 to determine if the trail has reopened. This trip climbs Apache Peak (7,567 feet) for a superb vista over the southern end of the San Jacintos and the desert canyons, then drops over the desert side to secluded Apache Spring. You follow the rerouted Spitler Peak Trail to the Desert Divide, then ascend the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) to the southeast slope of Apache Peak. Steep but clearly discernible lateral trails take you first up to the summit of Apache Peak and then down to Apache Spring.
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Mountain Center, California

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