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Santiago Peak via Holy Jim Trail

Corona, California

Santiago Peak via Holy Jim Trail

Santiago Peak via Holy Jim Trail Professional Guide

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"Under good conditions, you
can trace the coastline from Point Loma to Point Dume, spot both Santa Catalina and San Clemente Islands, and scratch your head trying to identify the plethora of mountain ranges and lesser promontories filling the landscape inland."

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Explorer | 31 pts
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6/18/2018
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Firestone Park, CA
Trailblazer | 812 pts
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5/13/2018
This hike is crazy hot in the summer. I went in May and the wildflowers were great and the temps were in the mid to upper 60s. There is nice tree cover along the way. It is a challenging hike but the views of the canyon, all of Orange County, Catalina (and more) make it worth it! Bring tons of water.
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Newport Beach, CA
Adventurer | 290 pts
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4/6/2012
Pretty strenous hike, even for people in good shape. Awesome views of the canyon and beyond once you get higher up. The peak is not much of a peak due to the radio towers but still cool. Many exposed portions so better for Fall/Winter/Spring. Bring lots of water, I went through over 125 ounces.
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Newport Beach, CA
Explorer | 31 pts
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1/17/2009
Great Hike. Spectacular views from the top. Highly recommended for anyone in OC to see the sights. Allow plenty of time so you dont have to rush the hike.
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Trail Information

Corona
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
16
Distance
4,000 feet
Elevation Gain
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Difficult
Skill Level
9 hours
Duration
Best: November through April
Season
CNF: TD
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