Where is Mount San Jacinto?
Mount San Jacinto State Park is all about the San Jacinto Mountains. Mount San Jacinto, the park’s namesake, rises at 11,000 feet on San Jacinto Peak and offers hikers breathtaking granite rocks, subalpine forests and a lush, fern-laden forest floor.
San Jacinto Peak is the highest peak in the California State Park System and the second highest point in Southern California. The northeastern side of the San Jacinto Range drops steeply in just under four kilometers, making it one of the steepest escarpments in America. Just hours from Los Angeles, Palm Springs and San Diego, this 14,000-acre Southern California State Park is a real crowd puller.
What mountain range is San Jacinto?
How high is Mount San Jacinto?
Can you drive up Mt San Jacinto?
Do I need a permit to hike San Jacinto?
How long does it take to hike Mt San Jacinto?
Does San Jacinto have snow?
Is there water at Little Round Valley Campground?
Where can I play in the snow in Idyllwild?