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It snowed so the mountain was very busy! Had a 2 hour wait but well worth it. The tram ride is short (10 mins) but so scenic . The top was just too cold to go out (50 mph winds) but we had a great...More
San Jacinto Mountain is the dominant peak if the San Jacinto Range, There has been so much rain this year in California that the range is snow covered at all of the higher elevations. The views from the desert floor are beautiful with the mountain...More
Like most of visitors we arrived to the San Jacinto Mountain by Aerial Tramway. It was snow there but sunny and windless, ideal weather for a little hike. There are hiking trails close to the tramway station with several lookout points with amazing views to...More
Be prepared for the temperature drop at the tram drop off point. It was 20-30 degrees cooler, with snow surrounding, so we didn't leave the lookout. Take a jacket and maybe some boots if you want to venture about.
This is the mountain that the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway brings you to. We did some walking around, but with the snow we weren't prepared to do any extensive hiking. Would love to go back when there's not snow and explore more of the area.
Hello, we visited today December 19th and there was definitely plenty of snow on top. It was a warm 26 degrees (Celsius) at the bottom of the mountain and a cooler 11 degrees up top - although we found that walking around up... More
Hello, we visited today December 19th and there was definitely plenty of snow on top. It was a warm 26 degrees (Celsius) at the bottom of the mountain and a cooler 11 degrees up top - although we found that walking around up there we soon warmed up. Make sure you wear shoes with a good grip though as lots of the trails are snow covered and can get slippery.