San Jacinto Peak The Hard Way Topo Map

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This hike, known as the Cactus-to-Clouds Hike by Palm Springs hiking enthusiasts, is an absolute hoot—if you survive. For three decades now, ever-increasing numbers of adventurers have set foot in Palm Springs on a former American Indian trail hacked into the east slope of Mount San Jacinto. For some, the goal has been San Jacinto Peak, 14 trail-miles away and 10,400 feet higher. Other hikers have settled for Long Valley, where the Mountain Station of the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway sits—a “mere” 9 miles and 8,000 feet higher.
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Palm Springs, California

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