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Heavily forested, Marion Mountain Trail is the shortest route to San Jacinto Peak.

Marion Mountain Trail is a heavily forested strenuous hike and is the shortest route to San Jacinto Peak. The trail climbs the northwest flank of Marion Ridge, which offers the hiker far reaching vistas. The trail's beginning elevation is 6,480 with an elevation change of 2,300 feet to the junction of Deer Springs Trail.

Directions: From Idyllwild, CA, Take Highway 243 north to the Marion Campground road. The trail is located just prior to the Marion Mountain Campground.

Elevation: 6,480 feet

Ending Elevation: 8,780 feet

Difficulty: Strenuous

 
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San Bernardino National Forest, California


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