Map Of Palm Springs Area
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map of palm springs area – 140 Great
San Jacinto Wilderness Area;
Hiked from the Tram Mountain Station to Wellman Divide;
continued up Mt San Jacinto Trail to the sign post in the small saddle at the top of the ridge where the trail goes down into Little Round Valley;
at the sign post bushwhacked directly south to the large saddle immediately north of Jean Peak; the bush chinquapin combined with the boulders were a bit of a pain but by following animal trails they were easily transvered (I did not see any cairns);
bushwhacked southwest (southeast would have been better) and hiked up to within about 100 ft vertical below Jean Peak;
decided not to continue up to the actual peak since I was alone and did not want to risk climbing the boulders;
returned to the saddle by the more eastern route which was marked by cairns (I did not see these when I was hiking up from the saddle);
continued from the saddle back to the Tram by the same route I came up.
map of palm springs area
Areas Covered: Boston area and Cape Cod, Rhode Island; Denver area and the Front Range; New York City and Catskills, Poconos; Los Angeles Area and Los Padres, Angeles, San Bernardino National Forest; Phoenix area and Tonto, Prescott, Coconino National Forest; Portland area and Mt. Hood, Mt. St. Helens; Salt Lake City area and Anza-Borrego, Santa Rosa Mountains; San Francisco Bay area and Big Sur, Napa Valley; Seattle Area and the Central Cascades; Twin Cities area and Boundary Waters, Apostle Islands
GPS compatible with: Garmin, Magellan, Suunto, Eagle and Lowrance receivers, X9,X9i and X9Mi wrist-top units by Suunto
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