Santa Rosa Mountains And San Jacinto National Monument

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  • Address: 51-500 Highway 74, Palm Desert, CA 92260, United States, Palm Springs
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  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Phone: +1-7608629984
  • Time Required: 05:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Hiking Trail, Monument, Family And Kids

Spread over 272,000 acres of land, the San Jacinto National Monument combines the federal, State, county, private and Native American lands. At an elevation of 10,834 feet from the sea level, this natural bounty can be accessed by the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway. It is considered as the treasure of Coachella Valley and can be also accessed from the alpine village of Idyllwild.

It comprises two major wilderness areas- The Santa Rosa wilderness and the San Jacinto wilderness. It is one of the best areas to plan an adventure picnic and presents significant biological, cultural, recreational, geological, educational and scientific diversity. 

Trails for hiking and horse-riding are picturesque and a must-try!

Santa Rosa Mountains And San Jacinto National Monument Travel Tips

  • Wear comfortable shoes.
  • Carry food and drinks if planning to visit for an entire day.

Entrance Ticket Details For Santa Rosa Mountains And San Jacinto National Monument

  • Entry is free.

How to Reach Santa Rosa Mountains And San Jacinto National Monument

  • Car and Aerial Tram.

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  • Santa Rosa Mountains And San Jacinto National Monument Address: 51-500 Highway 74, Palm Desert, CA 92260, United States, Palm Springs
  • Santa Rosa Mountains And San Jacinto National Monument Contact Number: +1-7608629984
  • Santa Rosa Mountains And San Jacinto National Monument Timing: 24-hrs
  • Best time to visit Santa Rosa Mountains And San Jacinto National Monument(preferred time): 07:00 am - 04:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Santa Rosa Mountains And San Jacinto National Monument: 05:00 Hrs
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  • 41.4% of people who visit Palm Springs include Santa Rosa Mountains And San Jacinto National Monument in their plan

  • 57.41% of people start their Santa Rosa Mountains And San Jacinto National Monument visit around 3 PM - 4 PM

  • People usually take around 5 Hrs to see Santa Rosa Mountains And San Jacinto National Monument

Friday, Saturday and Sunday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Santa Rosa Mountains And San Jacinto National Monument

People normally club together Coachella Valley Preserve and Painted Canyon And The Mecca Hills while planning their visit to Santa Rosa Mountains And San Jacinto National Monument.

People also prefer to end their day with Santa Rosa Mountains And San Jacinto National Monument.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Santa Rosa Mountains And San Jacinto National Monument Reviews & Ratings

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  • A must visit if you're in Palm Springs. Bring a little backpack with some water and food and go for a hike. The tram ride up the mountain is fantastic. If you're looking for the best deal take the tram ride at 3:30 and purchase the tram ride and dinner for $36. The dinners pretty good. And the views up there are outstanding.

  • Beautiful and well kept. Be prepared to hike, but even short walks reveal beautiful nature and history

  • Beautiful water and views everywhere you look everyone treated as great the locals are super friendly we had an awesome time looking forward to going back again soon

  • We liked it, not only because we had to rest, but because our rest was soothing and peaceful. Walking around, we noticed that the place is well kept and maintained. Thank you 👍

  • Lots of pretty stuff to see here. San Jacinto peak makes an impressive backdrop in photos. Trails nicely maintained. Be sure to get a permit down in Idyllwild before heading up to the trailhead as a Ranger was out checking paperwork when we were there--so we had to drive back to the closed Ranger Station where the paperwork permits are kept outside. Wonder why they don't just put the permits at the trailheads?

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