PS - Hike: Fuller Ridge Trail

  • Thu, June 09, 2022
  • 10:00 AM
  • Santa Rosa Mountains

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This hike is part of the Pacific Crest Trail. Starting at 7600 ft., it follows the high, timbered ridge above Snow Creek offering spectacular views of the desert and the San Gorgonio Little San Bernardino Mountain Range.  We will take Hwy. 243 to the Black Mountain Truck Trail to the Fuller Ridge Campground/Trailhead. High clearance vehicles recommended for the 8-mile unpaved, rough Black Mountain Truck Trail. Return time approximately 5 pm.

  • Trail Length: 5 miles
  • Elevation Gain/Loss: 900'
  • Difficulty Rating: Moderate
  • Trail Type: Out and back
  •  10:00 AM Meet at  Billy Reeds parking lot at N Palm Canyon and Vista Chino at 10 am.  Map click here

Bring:  Ten Essentials, water (2 to 3 liters recommended), lunch/ snacks, sun protection, layered clothing, hiking poles may be helpful. Carry Emergency Contact Information. Sturdy hiking footwear with good tread and adequate drinking water are required. 

Contact hike leader: Doug Wylie, Email click here

Weather Policy: Inclement weather cancels.

Unless otherwise noted, registration for this event is limited to Great Outdoors members. To sign up as a memberclick here 

Hiking Requirements:  Although the trail is fairly level, the elevation is at 4600 feet so you will need to be in good physical condition for this hike. Click here for more information.

Carpooling  may be available if offered by driver.  You are responsible for arranging your own transportation or ride share. Arrive a few minutes early for briefing

Cancel: If you cannot make a hike for which you have registered please cancel as others may be on the waitlist. You may cancel directly from your profile settings or notify the hike leader. 

 Weather Policy: Inclement weather cancels.

Special COVID Related Requirements

This event requires all attendees to be fully vaccinated.

Health Problems/allergies  Discuss any medical concerns with the hike leader that may affect your ability to complete the hike. 


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