[pct-l] San Jacinto's trip
Peter "OC" Dascalos
peter at onthetrail.org
Wed Sep 27 17:30:46 CDT 2006
I have hiked this region many times. I would say that if you do not want to
push to "get this section done", 4 days is a good estimate. If you want to
get in San Jacinto Peak, which I recommend, give yourself 5 days.
There would be many ways to attack this section if you want to do it over a
couple of sessions. The last time I did this hike, it was in one trip over 4
days. We started mid morning at the 74, we stayed at Cedar Springs the first
night, one person left at Fobes Saddle, spent the second night at Little
Tahquitz Valley, another of our party jumped out at the Saddle Junction, we
skipped San Jacinto Peak, stayed the third night at Fuller Ridge Trail
Head/Black Mountain remote camp, and finished up late afternoon at the 10.
Be prepared for this last day, it is a big downhill walk, I lost a couple of
Check out the maps for this hike at
http://www.onthetrail.org/Outdoors/PCT/SectionBx.html , map 2 thru 5. This
is a great trek!
Enjoy your trip, OC
From: pct-l-bounces at backcountry.net [mailto:pct-l-bounces at backcountry.net]
On Behalf Of dlabrenz at parker.com
Sent: Tuesday, September 26, 2006 10:32 AM
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Subject: [pct-l] San Jacinto's trip
My son and I would like to get through the Hwy 74 to I-10 sections before
November. It looks like around 60 miles so we're thinking 4 days without
having to hike at night - any thoughts? If we do it in two separate 2 day
weekends, what are the best cutout trails and the best way to get back on?
Anyone know of good public transportation to Paradise Cafe on Hwy 74 from
I-10 - my wife is getting tired of being the shuttle bus?
Parker - CSS Div.
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