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Palm Springs Aerial Tramway Hike To Mt San Jacinto – HikingGuy.com

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The Palm Springs Aerial Tramway cuts about 8,000 feet of climbing off the walk, and also supplies a wonderful base terminal where you can get a beer and also bite after your summit. A really enjoyable as well as hugely stunning walk.

You require to take the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway from Palm Springs to Mountain Station. I suggest investing time on the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway website to ensure you know with the cable car timetable, ticketing, and different prices (including auto parking).

Examine the climate at the summit. The tram can close down if there are high winds, snow, or other spitefulness. And also in the winter, if there is snow and also ice, the top can be treacherous. This is a hike best done Spring via Fall. An excellent function of this walking is that it’s generally regarding 30 degrees cooler at the top than in Palm Springs. If it’s 100F down in the desert, it’ll be a good 70F at the top.

The cable car trip is rather wild. The cable car rocks around a bit if there’s wind, and also the flooring turns 360 degrees as you go up and also down. I’ve been on the tram with a female shouting at complete volume for the 10 minute flight.

There’s a great deal of getting on this walking, as well as it’s not a simple stroll from the cable car, it’s a hike you need to await. If you’re not utilized to hiking 11 miles (roundtrip), you will certainly endure. If this one is also much, there are a few great brief walks and walks from the tram station that you can do.

Bring lots of water, treats, and apparel in instance the climate adjustments, which it can promptly in a towering setting. And keep in mind, it’s 30 degrees (F) cooler up right here than in Palm Springs.

The top of Mt San Jacinto is one of my faves because it straddles the line between Coastal California and also the Sonoran Desert, enabling you to see the shift in between the two. On a clear day you’ll see from the Pacific Ocean to Mount Charleston in Las Vegas.

It’s good to get hold of a bite and a beer at the tram terminal when you’re done the walking. There are exhibits there and also it’s worth a check out.

You can also camp close to the top at Round Valley (read listed below). It’s an enjoyable little camping area and also a good area if you desire to invest a long time at altitude.

There are a couple of various other ways to do the Mt San Jacinto summit if you’re skilled and also in shape. My favored is a 19.5 mile walking from Idyllwild (which you can do as an overnight backpacking journey), and also you additionally can do the legendary Cactus to Clouds trek, which is among the hardest walks in the USA, starting at the Palm Springs Art Museum and finishing up. Please, please, please, please do not do that walking unless you are very knowledgeable as well as know what you are doing, individuals die on that walk.

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Palm Springs Aerial Tramway

Our day out at Mount San Jacinto, going up the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway near Palm Springs, California. The Palm Springs Aerial Tramway is the biggest turning airborne tramway in the globe.

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Hiking San Jacinto from the Palm Springs Tram

San Jacinto is one of the most approachable of the 10,000-foot peaks in Southern California. I always enjoy taking the tram up from the desert to do this 12-mile round trip hike, but don’t underestimate it as the elevation is still large so you will be feeling its effects. Once you get to the summit though you get to see amazing views all the way down to the desert floor and it is a pretty amazing experience.

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