Trails Near Mount San Jacinto State Park - Riverside County, CA

Coordinate

Latitude: 33.8103
Longitude: -116.67585

Nearest City
Mount San Jacinto State Wilderness, CA (1.4 miles away)

Mount San Jacinto State Park, a park located in Riverside County, California. Topo map of lat 33.8103 and long -116.6759. Topo maps, latitude and longitude coordinates, and address for Mount San Jacinto State Park.


Nearby Trails

  • San Jacinto Peak
    This rewarding trip surveys some of the best high-mountain country southern California has to offer and ends on a lofty summit that affords perhaps the finest vistas in the region. Ther…

    From the guidebook Hiking Southern California

    Trails in Palm Springs, CA - Hiking - 10 miles long

  • San Jacinto Peak from the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway
    This is the easiest route to the summit of San Jacinto, but it is still a strenuous and rewarding hike.

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    Trails in Palm Springs, CA - Hiking - 10 miles long

  • San Jacinto Peak: The Hard Way
    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 …

    From the guidebook 101 Hikes in Southern California: Exploring Mountains, Seashore and Desert

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  • Cornell Peak
    Cornell Peak is an impressive pyramidshaped peak with a rocky summit block overlooking Round Valley. This hike is relatively short but requires some cross-country navigation and some ai…

    From the guidebook Afoot and Afield: Inland Empire

    Trails in Palm Springs, CA - Hiking - 6.5 miles long

  • Round Valley
    The Palm Springs Aerial Tramway provides rapid access to the high country in the San Jacinto State Park Wilderness. From the tram station, it is an easy walk down to the Long Valley Ran…

    From the guidebook Afoot and Afield: Inland Empire

    Trails in Palm Springs, CA - Hiking - 4.5 miles long

  • Idyllwild–Round Valley Loop
    This trip visits Round Valley the hard way, up the Devils Slide from Idyllwild and through Tahquitz valley, offering a fine tour of the southeast side of San Jacinto.

    From the guidebook Afoot and Afield: Inland Empire

    Trails in Idyllwild, CA - Hiking - 14 miles long

  • Deer Springs Trail
    Deer Springs Trail is a hiking trail in Riverside County, California. It is within Mount San Jacinto State Wilderness and Mount San Jacinto State Park. It is 2.4 miles long and begins a…

    From the guidebook Mountain Biking Virginia

    Trails in Mount San Jacinto State Wilderness, CA - Hiking, Trail Running, Walking - 2.4 miles long

  • Seven Peaks of the San Jacinto Wilderness
    This challenging trip explores all of the officially named summits of the San Jacinto high country; visiting the summits of Marion Mtn., Jean Peak, Newton Drury Peak, Folly Peak, San Ja…

    From the guidebook Afoot and Afield: Inland Empire

    Trails in Palm Springs, CA - Hiking - 15 miles long

  • San Jacinto Peak From Idyllwild
    This trip makes use of the Deer Springs Trail to ascend San Jacinto Peak, then loops around and back through Wellman and Strawberry Cienegas on the return. En route you pass two trail c…

    From the guidebook 100 Hikes in Southern California: San Bernardino Mountain Trails

    Trails in Idyllwild, CA - Hiking - 18 miles long

  • San Jacinto Peak (Backpacking)
    The north face of San Jacinto Peak, at one point soaring 9000 feet up in four horizontal miles, is one of the most imposing escarpments in the United States. Upon witnessing sunrise on …

    From the guidebook Backpacking California: Mountain, Foothill, Coastal, & Desert Adventures in the Golden State

    Trails in Palm Springs, CA - Backpacking, Hiking - 12 miles long

Mount San Jacinto State Park Photos

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