Highest Point in Riverside County, Mt San Jacinto
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Rumpled
N 33° 48.882 W 116° 40.765
11S E 529669 N 3741656
Quick Description: Mt San Jacinto is the Highest Point in Riverside County
Location: California, United States
Date Posted: 1/10/2010 12:25:36 AM
Waymark Code: WM81NA
Published By: Groundspeak Charter Member briansnat
Views: 11

Long Description:
At 10,834 Mt San Jacinto is the highest point in Riverside County. Located in Mt San Jacinto State Park, the only access is by hiking.

There are numerous trails one may hike to the summit, going from the aerial tram from Palm Springs is most common and the shortest and least elevation gain. There is a fee to take the tram, but no fee for the permit you need to hike in the wilderness.

One can also choose other trails that may have up to just under 10,000 feet of elevation gain.

Here is the page for Mt San Jacinto State Park
(visit link)

Wikipedia also has a page on Mt San Jacinto
(visit link)

Here is the Summitpost site for Mt San Jacinto
(visit link)

State/Province/County/Territory etc.: Riverside County

Elevation: 10834

Elevation Measurement: Feet

Access: Hiking Trail/Foot Path

Fee: No

Related URL (If available): [Web Link]

If Yes How Much?: Not Listed

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