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Ernie Maxwell Scenic Trail 3E07, CA

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Distance One Way 2.4 miles
Trailhead Elevation 6,419 feet
Elevation Gain -700 feet
Accumulated Gain 137 feet
Kokopelli Seeds 2.86
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author avatar Guides 16,879
Routes 15,958
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Trips 1 ( 6 miles )
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Preferred   May, Oct, Jun, Sep
Sun  6:28am - 5:34pm
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Ernie Maxwell Scenic Trail 3E07 is a 2.4 mile one way hike with 137 feet accumulated elevation gain. Located 9 miles west of Palm Springs California. May and October are the best months to enjoy this hike.

This easy, scenic, hike begins at 6400 ft. and crosses seasonal streams along the way. It descends 700 feet from Humber Park. It is a good walk for beginning botanists; many different species of trees can be found along the way. There are also good views of Suicide and Lily Rocks. This trail goes into the San Jacinto Wilderness area and mountain bikes are not allowed.

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