Mexican Border to Warner Springs

Campo, California 91906

Mexican Border to Warner Springs

Mexican Border to Warner Springs Professional Review and Guide

"This southernmost section of the Pacific Crest Trail is among the most varied of all. It traces a fine line between scorching desert and dense, rolling brushlands, occasionally in fine mid-mountain forest. Although cacti and sand are encountered often, and late-spring and summer temperatures frequently rise above 100°, the PCT in this section does not traverse true desert, but rather keeps just west of the searing Colorado Desert—which you often glimpse—passing through a transitional area influenced by moist Pacific Ocean air. At the time when most long-distance hikers will be traversing the southernmost part of the PCT, in April and May, they are quite likely to encounter late-season snowstorms as they climb into the Laguna Mountains."

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Trail Information

Nearby City
110.6 miles
Trail Type
April to May
Pacific Crest Trail
Local Contacts
Campo, Potrero, Morena Reseroir, Cameron Corners, Mount Laguna, Monument Peak, Cuyamaca Peak, Julian, Earthquake Valley, Tubb Canyon, Ranchita, Hot Springs Mountain, Warner Springs
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Oct 2018