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Terri Peak Professional Review and Guide
"Lake Perris was built in 1973 as a reservoir at the southern end of the 444-mile California Aqueduct. Each year nearly 100 billion gallons of water flow through the lake and on to Riverside and San Diego Counties. The land around Lake Perris has been set aside as a California State Recreation Area. It primarily draws boaters, picnickers, and anglers, but the hills surrounding the lake are of interest to hikers and rock climbers. Terri Peak overlooks the facilities on the northwest side of the lake and offers a moderate climb with fine views of the lake and nearby communities. It is especially worth visiting in March and April when the wildflowers are in bloom."
--David & Jennifer Money Harris, Afoot and Afield: Inland Empire (Wilderness Press).
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