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Michael Schweiss reviewed San Jacinto through Humber Park
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Hiking

Due to COVID, the tram is not open so we had to hike down to Idyllwild. We did Palm Springs to the summit to Idyllwild (~26 miles) and started at 1am from the Palm Springs Museum Trailhead. Depending on group size/pace, you may need to start even earlier. Once the sun comes out, it warms up quick. The trail is obvious most of the way and sporadic signs help at different trail junctions. Definitely plan your route out in advance though, as some of the signs aren’t very clear. Get as high up as you can before the sun comes out! There are rattlesnakes on the trail as well. Overall, an incredible hike. Very difficult but very rewarding.

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Fatima Gonzalez reviewed Tramway Road to Bottom Station
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HikingNo shade

There really no shade. Best to hike before 6 am and it dog friendly. A lot of locals love it

Gio Garcia reviewed Tramway Road to Bottom Station
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Maria Cozad reviewed Tramway Road to Bottom Station
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Luis Esparza reviewed San Jacinto through Humber Park
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First to Review

this his is beautiful but truly test the mind and body if you go make sure your not alone a good gps cause the snow erases the trail and plenty of water and food and the trail is 15.5 miles not 12.3

Esmeralda Zarco-Grant reviewed Tramway Road to Bottom Station
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Hiking

Woo hoo! Steep trail— we can’t go all the way due to the Tram being closed.... a little disappointed, but otherwise it was a great workout!!

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HikingNo shade

I really enjoy this hike. It’s pretty much straight up on an asphalt sidewalk about 3.7 miles then straight back downhill. Minimal traffic. Dog friend. Verrrry little shade. Make sure you have enough water and a hat.

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Alexander Schoenen reviewed Tramway Road to Bottom Station
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Hiking

On asphalt - there are nicer dirt trails around, but they were closed due to COVD-19.

Luis Guerrero reviewed Tramway Road to Bottom Station
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Hiking

love the trail

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Wade McGowan reviewed Tramway Road to Bottom Station
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Hiking

Paved path along roadway. Tram opens at 10 am so go early before heavy traffic. I enjoyed the workout. It is a steady grade to the top. Spending time at the tram station was well worth the effort.

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Peter Laska reviewed Dunn Road
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David Modica reviewed Tramway Road to Bottom Station
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Walking

Constant smell of burning brakes from cars driving down the road from the Tram and broken glass all along the road/sidewalk (we had our dog). Too many other great trails to hike in the area. Skip this one for sure.

Charles Sanchez reviewed Tramway Road to Bottom Station
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Hiking

Participated in the Palm Springs Tram Road Challenge, and what a challenge it was!! It was grueling and tested your fortitude, but at the end of it all, it felt extremely rewarding reaching the finish. Would I do it again? Yea, I believe I would. The view looking down was amazing and the weather (in October) was perfect!

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Hiking

kick ass trail, tough but worth it. Early part of the trail marked very well but markings subside the higher you get

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Hiking

The entire hike is on a paved road with car traffic.

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Alexandra Ward reviewed Dunn Road
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I forgot to mention I forgot to stop recording before we started to drive. So the last block or so was not part of the hike. Also if you access as we did, you will come to a locked gate on Dunn Road at the ranch. Follow the fence to the right until it becomes a 3- strand barbed wire fence. Look for where the middle strand is tie up. Enter there and follow the watercourse down until you see the road on your left. Cross the wash and access the road. It’s all road from there.

Alexandra Ward reviewed Dunn Road
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HikingNo shadeRockyWashed out

This trip is hard/very strenuous. Started at the Pinyon Crest end thinking we would hike over a ridge to a valley and then have a fairly level walk until the picnic tables. No ma’am! It was up and down the whole way, in the foothills. Sometimes gentle slopes, mostly steep slopes, and some really steep. Took longer than expected and probably involved total elevation gains of at least 3000’ and maybe more. The scenery is beautiful though. We”Dunn” Dunn Road. And it was both a blessing and a curse.

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Vicki Leimback reviewed Dunn Road
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One of my favorite hikes in this area. The history of Dunn Road Captivates me.

Iain McCorquodale reviewed Tramway Road to Bottom Station
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Did this trail at 06:00 and it was stunning. As we turned around to come down I got an amazing photo of the sun rising to greet us.

Roy Boy reviewed Dunn Road
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Hiking

We start at the cathedral city cove and hike up, the views are breathtaking and pictures don't do it justice, it feels like the Wild West up there on cool and cloudy days is when I'd recommend taking this trail as it will be amazing experience. Starting from the cove is honestly hard as rain has washed out half the trail and your walking mostly on bare rock of the mountain so it's not really a beginner trail, very steep parts on the way up but getting to the top is 100% worth it. Many beautiful views really capture the beauty of the Coachella valley desert and about 3-4 miles up you'll find the earth moving vehicles Mike Dunn abandoned while trying to make the road. Highly recommend and please take a lot of water as 1.5 liters wasn't enough for me and we only hike it on cloudy days.

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