Desert Divide and Palm Canyon Topo Map

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This backpack trip traverses the semi-arid southern end of the San Jacintos, climbing from Garner Valley over the Desert Divide, then dropping into upper Palm Canyon and ascending the latter to Ribbonwood. You pass through some rich chaparral country, and enjoy far-reaching vistas of snow-capped high mountains and tawny desert foothills. It makes an ideal winter or early spring outing. The Live Oak Trail is unmaintained and very di?cult to follow in places, so this is a trip for adventurous hikers with good GPS or outstanding map-and-compass skills.
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Mountain Center, California

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