gorgeous from beginning to end. At the start of Deer Springs Trail, you’ll see a sign saying that you need a permit. Beautiful views the whole way. Top ... did this hike in October and there was plenty of water coming down the springs just before the junction of the PCT with Deer Springs Trail ( almost 5 miles into the trail) but none we could see in the Little Round Valley Campground. The others being Marion Mountain Trail, Seven Pines Trail, and the Fuller Ridge Trail. When you are covering over 5600 feet of elevation, that extra 1.5 miles on each end matter. (As a bonus, if you walk straight a few hundred feet past the junction, you will reach a rocky perch with views east over Palm Springs). After some switchbacks, the straightaway, and then some more switchbacks, you'll find the Little Round Valley campgrounds, which have restrooms. perfect training for mt. There were a few water sources from creeks on way to the summit and one coming back. Also be sure to start early in the winter to avoid trekking in the dark. Don’t care for the bottom 1.5-2 miles, especially down. The lot is more of a turnout so easy to miss. Luckily there are a few creeks you cross that you can fill up. This is a 19.1 mile hike, not 16. Overall solid hike with great views. Snow on trails largely persists in traditional areas that are colder and/or less sun-exposed, such as the north face of Tahquitz Peak, in Little Round Valley, on Deer Springs Trail between Marion Mountain and Fuller Ridge trails, either side of Annie’s Junction, at around 10,000′ on the Peak Trail, between Round Valley and Wellman Divide, and around the summit boulders of San Jacinto Peak. Loved the PCT- ferns, tree covering, water flow. The trail begins from the road leading to, and shortly before, Marion Mountain Campground. After a few hundred feet, make the left onto Deer Springs Trail. The permit that you filled out at the ranger station is good for both Mount San Jacinto State Park and San Jacinto National Forest. The parking is easy to find, and the myriad trails from the parking area lead to the actual trail, just keep going up. There are lots of shades. O’Sullivan Creek (PCT Mile 186.4) on Fuller Ridge Trail is flowing well. You spend some time on the PCT and intersect the Marion trail as well but overall it was quiet and I only saw about 6 people total. Next time I'll trying going through Humber Park. Parking lot was almost full by 9:00 when we got there. The last half a mile was very technical and I have no idea where the trail went but you basically have to grab and scramble up rocks to the peak. Amateur hikers.. Did not take enough water! Weather was perfect; 5mph breeze, clear and cool. Spent 30 minutes at the top and we were back to the trailhead by 2:30. Le sentier offre plusieurs activités et est accessible toute l'année. Wasn't too difficult, just a lot of miles. Use Exit 100 to get on CA-243 South. Garmin Fenix 6xs = 18.94 with no deviations off trail. I took 90 oz of water but there was Lots of water to fill up with. Slippery sand. There are huge pinecones besides the trail. Summit hard to find- after sign just go straight up ! San Jacinto Peak in ice and snow; Trip to San Jacinto, June 23rd and 24th; San Jacinto - The Long Way; The Pied Piper in Search of San Jacinto Peak; San Jacinto from Marion Mtn trailhead; 3.9 peaks in a day; Deer Springs Trail to San Jacinto; Mt. which is even better. Tracks through the snow do not accurately follow the trail route to San Jacinto Peak, but are adequate. I had the pleasure of doing this hike yesterday. Make sure to pick up a free permit before you start hiking. Only getting a 4 of 5 stars because AllTrails needs to update the mileage. Loved the PCT- ferns, tree covering, water flow. Overall solid hike with great views. Very hot. Er führt durch schönen Wald und vorbei an herrlichen Aussichtspunkten. The views are incredible and you have amazing 360 degree views of LA as well as perfect views of San Gorgonio and Mt Baldy. There were about 5 other cars in the lot already. The Deer Springs trail is definitely one of the longest ways to get to Jean Peak. As you can assume it’s over 19 miles. Summited @ 9. Elevation Gained: 3100 feet. Snow depths measured today are listed at the foot of this posting. There were about 5 other cars in the lot already. San Jacinto towers above Palm Springs and the desert, across the Banning Pass from San Gorgonio Mountain. Long day!!! Although the second half of the loop is more exposed, the sun had risen by this point so you had 9 miles of fantastic unobstructed views. There were a few water sources from creeks on way to the summit and one coming back. Hike it again next week! My favorite hike in socal so far. Still had some snow up there. We went clockwise which was a great decision since this section is in the shade plus it’s darker so nothing to really see. The parking area is marked with a sign that says Deer Springs Trail Parking. I will do this again!! Tough, with good elevation gain. San Jacinto Peak via Deer Springs Trail [GESCHLOSSEN] ist ein 19.1 Meilen langer, moderat besuchter Hin- und Rückweg in der Nähe von Idyllwild-Pine Cove, Kalifornien. Overall an amazing way to spend a hot CA day and close out July in hiking style :). There is no discernible trail to the summit. Der Berg liegt im Mount San Jacinto State Park und hat die sechsthöchste Schartenhöhe aller Berge in den Continental United States. Clear skies and not much snow made this a doable, albeit long, hike!! Der San Jacinto Peak (auch Mount San Jacinto und San Jacinto Mountain) ist ein 3302 m hoher Berg im nördlichen Riverside County, Kalifornien, Vereinigte Staaten, und höchster Gipfel der San Jacinto Mountains. San Jacinto Peak via Deer Springs Trail est un sentier allez-retour de 19.1 miles modérément fréquenté situé près de Idyllwild-Pine Cove, Californie. Jean Peak lies 0.6 miles south of San Jacinto Peak, the second highest peak in southern California. I read in reviews lots of bugs but I used off and was early so had no need for bug net- I recommend taking one though. The easiest and most popular hike to the peak begins at the Mountain Station of the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway. Thankfully, the rocks weren't too slippery to climb on. In this vlog I document an overnight backpacking trip with my Dad to summit Mt. San Jacinto. There are several water sources once you reach the loop but they are very shallow streams to filter in. Devils Slide, Willow Creek and Caramba Trial to Skunk Cabbage Meadow, Mount San Jacinto Round Valley Loop via Devils Slide Trail, Tahquitz Peak via Devil's Slide and Caramba Trail, Devil's Slide Trail, Willow Creek Trail, and San Jacinto Peak Loop. My tracker said it was close to 20 miles. It is right across from the San Jacinto State Park. I left at 8:30 and finished at 5:00 with a 20-30 rest/nap on top. The view was SPECTACULAR!!! Requires wilderness permit. You just have to climb up boulders to the top. Follow the I-10 until you reach the town of Banning, then exit on 8 th street, which is also marked 243. Summit got busy. Trailhead Located at: UTM Zone 11S 525687m E 3734807m N From Los Angeles take the I-10 or 210 East towards Banning. The Deer Springs Trail is one of four maintained trails that climb up the west face of San Jacinto Peak. Long day!!! The Marion Mountain Trail to San Jacinto Peak is a pretty tough hike, but it is the shortest route to the peak. I drank about 3 liters of water for this hike. Someone made a new sign for the summit. Other than that, love this trail. This definitely was more than 16 miles. Still had some snow up there. The North Fork of the San Jacinto River is not accessible under snow where it crosses the Deer Springs Trail above Fuller Ridge. This route is longer yet more gradual than others and is the most scenic and enjoyable (in my opinion). The beginning section of the trail was gradual but manageable, but the last 3 miles has a lot of switchbacks and is much steeper. The other times I’ve gone up the tram. Pine trees, manzanita, waterfalls, creeks, fantastic views, and an amazing summit. Spent 30 minutes at the top and we were back to the trailhead by 2:30. Started down around 1045 and personally this was the best part of the hike. Everyone complains about mileage being off, it is. Nice steady incline to the summit. did it on Wednesday, 7/29. Die Route ist das ganze Jahr über zugänglich. gorgeous from beginning to end. I believe, besides Cactus to Clouds, this is the longest trail to the summit. There are several water sources once you reach the loop but they are very shallow streams to filter in. 10.6 miles roundtrip (out-and-back) 4,500 feet elevation gain. For detail see Trail Conditions below. You spend some time on the PCT and intersect the Marion trail as well but overall it was quiet and I only saw about 6 people total. My watch clocked in at a little over 19 miles roundtrip. Mt San Jacinto is my favorite peak because it is so picturesque during he entirety of the hike. For camping at Mount San Jacinto State Park - Idyllwild Campground continue .5 miles further south. Trail is real clear. A great practice hike for Whitney. From the three-way junction at the top of Deer Springs Trail, turn left up San Jacinto Peak Trail and hike the final 0.3 miles to the summit. mileage is wrong though, I calculated 19.5 miles on Strava. Amateur hikers.. Did not take enough water! Really worth the mileage. San Jacinto Peak via Deer Springs Trail is a 19.1 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Idyllwild-Pine Cove, California that features a great forest setting and is rated as difficult. Beautiful trail with streams to fill up on water if you want to pack light. Hike it again next week! Vast majority of the hike was good conditions, but the scramble to the top and back to the trail is tricky. Plenty of shade and forks in the road for pit stops. The views are incredible and you have amazing 360 degree views of LA as well as perfect views of San Gorgonio and Mt Baldy. Overall, a fantastic hike and the view is quite rewarding. Got to the peak around 930. An alternative is to do a lollipop loop by first following the Peak Trail to the left once you come to the Peak Trail-Deer Springs Trail junction that is 0.3 miles below the summit. Thankful to have made it back safe though we were dehydrated from the heat when done. However, all these trails converge into the Trail easy to follow. perfect training for mt. Clear skies and not much snow made this a doable, albeit long, hike!! There is no trail quota for any of the trails on this route. Microspikes are useful for descending. My watch clocked in at a little over 19 miles roundtrip. Lot of aggressive black flies. ... the eastern side of the mountain for another .4 miles and gaining another 200 feet until you hit the junction with Deer Springs Trail at 10.600 feet. Well marked at all junctions. Hiked this 7/31 during the first CA heat wave. It was very windy and chilly at the summit. The trees on the trail are magnificent. This is a 19.1 mile hike, not 16. This definitely was more than 16 miles. I also clocked 19.5 miles so of course, no one knows where 16.5 came from. Started around 5:30am. It is fairly steep with an elevation gain of 4,600 feet in 5.7 miles. Just before entering Idyllwild from the north (or just after leaving it from the south) a sign on the east side of the road marks access to the Deer Springs trail. Hiked on 6/6/20 and it’s beauty is unparalleled in Southern California. The trail climbs the northwest flank of Marion Ridge offering far reaching vistas. We hit the trail at 6:30 and reached the summit by 11. San Jacinto. Distance: 16 miles. The next time I will hike from another trailhead. Mt San Jacinto is my favorite peak because it is so picturesque during he entirety of the hike. There are huge pinecones besides the trail. Very Strenuous Hikes. San Jacinto Peak is easily accessible, as many trails penetrate the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument. This is a high-elevation loop out of Idyllwild, visiting San Jacinto Peak and Tahquitz Peak. Still some good flow from creeks in the 7000-9000’ range (not exact, by memory). Only 1 water source this way about a few miles from the peak if needed. Thought i brought enough water, however i was wrong. Plenty of shade and forks in the road for pit stops. Overall nice way to spend a holiday weekend. Tough, with good elevation gain. Trail is well maintained, but there are a few icy patches where micro spikes helped. Exhausted, grateful, and ready for burritos. You’ll also get to find out if you struggle with altitude sickness on this hike as well. A rewarding (and challenging) day hike! But what are you going to do? Got back to my car around 3 and it was already 110 degrees! The Marion Mountain Trail is the shortest route to the summit of Mt. whitney. We hit the trail at 6:30 and reached the summit by 11. It has a creek with cold crystal clear water which has no faint odor. The trail starts at the road leading to, but just before Marion Mountain Campground. Grueling 11.5 hour hike in the heat. Summited @ 9. The view was SPECTACULAR!!! Well maintained. We did it as a loop going coming back via Wellman's Divide, which was very scenic but exposed and hot. About 4 miles in you reach the beginning of the loop. Started around 5am and was the third car in the parking lot. Trail surface is very uneven and full of rocks. It is accessible where it crosses the Fuller Ridge Trail on the PCT (approx. Only getting a 4 of 5 stars because AllTrails needs to update the mileage. Overall an amazing way to spend a hot CA day and close out July in hiking style :). Still some good flow from creeks in the 7000-9000’ range (not exact, by memory). Deer Springs Trail is clear of snow to Strawberry Junction, and north on the PCT to about 8600′. The summit of San Jacinto Peak is the highest point in the San Jacinto Range located east of Los Angeles near the town of Palm Springs. Got to the peak around 930. Take 24.2 miles to Deer Springs Trailhead. Tramway to San Jacinto Peak – 6 miles, elevation change of 2318 feet, strenuous. We did the loop back down. Mt. mileage is wrong though, I calculated 19.5 miles on Strava. Took 7.5 hrs to go up and turn back. Total is about 19.5 miles. A wide trail leads up from the parking area. Trail is real clear. Overall, a fantastic hike and the view is quite rewarding. The first 4 miles are pretty straightforward with mixed terrain. San Jacinto Peak via Deer Springs Trail is a 30.7 kilometer moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Idyllwild-Pine Cove, California that features a great forest setting and is rated as difficult. Weather was perfect; 5mph breeze, clear and cool. First time on this trail to San Jacinto. The first 4 miles are pretty straightforward with mixed terrain. Deer Springs Trail to Suicide Rock . Views are amazing. We did it as a loop going coming back via Wellman's Divide, which was very scenic but exposed and hot. About 4 miles in you reach the beginning of the loop. Hiked on 6/6/20 and it’s beauty is unparalleled in Southern California. Great views and plenty of shade. Aufgrund der Steigung und Distanz ist … Pass a stone cabin about a tenth of a mile below the summit. It was very windy and chilly at the summit. Es gibt verschiedene Aktivitätsmöglichkeiten. This topic has 1 reply, 2 voices, and was last updated 5 years, 5 months ago by Troy Kent . Still, well worth it. Round Valley Campsite @ 9720 ft elevation. The trees on the trail are magnificent. Everyone complains about mileage being off, it is. The trail has an elevation gain of 4,500 feet, with steep climbing for about 5.6 miles. Took 7.5 hrs to go up and turn back. Get on the trail early during warm times of the year, because it gets hot as you get into the day! Thankfully, the rocks weren't too slippery to climb on. Lot of aggressive black flies. Requires wilderness permit . Marion Mountain Trail to San Jacinto Peak. Our speedy ascent on Monday 16th from Humber Park to San Jacinto Peak required no spikes on a well-consolidated trail, although spikes were very helpful for most of the descent on somewhat patchy, compacted, icy snow. 10.6 miles roundtrip (out-and-back) 3,300 feet elevation gain. Trail easy to follow. While “San G” is the tallest peak in southern California, San Jacinto is notable for being one of the most topographically prominent peaks in the country. Vast majority of the hike was good conditions, but the scramble to the top and back to the trail is tricky. I made it to the top which in turn was super windy and very chilly. Someone made a new sign for the summit. Only 1 water source this way about a few miles from the peak if needed. Make sure to pick up a free permit before you start hiking. Grueling 11.5 hour hike in the heat. I took 90 oz of water but there was Lots of water to fill up with. Beautiful views the whole way. a great hike. I left at 8:30 and finished at 5:00 with a 20-30 rest/nap on top. If you’re driving from Los Angeles, head out to the I-10. Parking was packed - which is typical now with COVID. Very hot. The last half a mile was very technical and I have no idea where the trail went but you basically have to grab and scramble up rocks to the peak. Strangely, my lower calves and feet hurt more on this trail than it did for Whitney, perhaps because the grade is lower and there is sandy terrain. This trail … I also clocked 19.5 miles so of course, no one knows where 16.5 came from. It’s the perfect 2-day/1-night backpacking trip that can easily be fit into a weekend. I would do this again in cooler weather and using the tram. Snow is largely continuous from about Mile 184 (just south of Marion Mountain Trail junction). Interestingly enough he had come to hike in the San Jacintos because of my Fuller Ridge to San Jacinto hike … This is a difficult out and back trail to San Jacinto Peak in San Jacinto Wilderness. Started around 5am and was the third car in the parking lot. Strangely, my lower calves and feet hurt more on this trail than it did for Whitney, perhaps because the grade is lower and there is sandy terrain. I used spikes more extensively on today’s fast hike up and down via Marion Mountain and Deer Springs trails. Overall nice way to spend a holiday weekend. Really pretty. I will do this again!! Although the second half of the loop is more exposed, the sun had risen by this point so you had 9 miles of fantastic unobstructed views. Leaving the Tram, descend into Long Valley and self-register for a Wilderness permit at the Mount San Jacinto State Park ranger station. I drank about 3 liters of water for this hike. 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