Seven Pines Trail is a hiking trail in Riverside County, California. It is within San Bernardino National Forest, Mount San Jacinto State Wilderness, and Mount San Jacinto State Park. It is 3.5 miles long and begins at 8,704 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 7.2 miles with a total elevation gain of 3,390 feet.
Seven Pines Trail Professional Reviews and Guides
"The lightly traveled Seven Pines Trail climbs through the spectacular forests, creeks, and rock formations on the western slopes of San Jacinto. It is longer but less steep than the nearby Marion Mtn. Trail. This is a good place to escape when you would like to contemplate the mountain in quiet and solitude."
--David & Jennifer Money Harris, Afoot and Afield: Inland Empire (Wilderness Press).
"The Seven Pines Trail climbs the ridge between Fuller Mill Creek and Dark Canyon and continues up to Deer Springs. You wind through granite outcroppings and beautiful forest country, with views now and then toward the rugged headwall of Fuller Ridge. It is a steep but pleasant walk on a good trail, crossing and recrossing tumbling North Fork, and you have several options for the return."
--John W. Robinson with David Money Harris, 100 Hikes in Southern California: San Bernardino Mountain Trails (Wilderness Press).
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