West Side Trail Topo Map

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At least a dozen major Native American villages existed in the Cuyamaca Mountains prior to the mid-1800s. These were the mountain villages or summer camps of the Kumeyaay Indians, who divided their time between the mountains and the desert. Many of these sites, identified by the presence of bedrock morteros (grinding holes) are occupied by today’s park campgrounds and picnic areas. Other sites have remained more isolated, reachable only by trail. One such place, distinguished by a large cluster of morteros on a granite slab, lies a short distance from Paso Picacho Campground near the West Side Trail—the trail running parallel to and west of Highway 79.
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Descanso, California

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