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California Trails

Pacific Crest Trail: CA Section 10

CA 138 to I-15: On this 10.5-mile stretch, climb through sandy washes and gullies around Cleghorn Ridge to overlooks of Cajon Canyon and the San Gabriel Mountains.

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Trail Facts

  • Distance: 16.9

Waypoints

PCT184

Location: 34.2877159118652, -117.354698181152

CA 138

PCT185

Location: 34.2948989868164, -117.37801361084

Saddle and dirt road

PCT186

Location: 34.2987174987793, -117.384635925293

Creek-lined wash

PCT187

Location: 34.3126487731934, -117.410385131836

Creek in Little Horse Thief Canyon

PCT188

Location: 34.3173332214356, -117.432098388672

Cross dirt road and powerline

PCT189

Location: 34.3171844482422, -117.436569213867

Great view towards Cajon Pass and San Antonio Mountain

PCT190

Location: 34.316764831543, -117.45386505127

Cross dirt road

PCT191

Location: 34.3140678405762, -117.461700439453

Creek in Crowder Canyon

PCT192

Location: 34.3091659545898, -117.470230102539

McD’s @ Cajon Pass; this fast food restaurant is a PCT establishment.

PCT193

Location: 34.305965423584, -117.466300964355

R to Golden Arches. Or, continue into tunnel.

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Unique trail sign

Location: 34.3060989379883, -117.466003417969

©Jack Haskel

On the way to McD’s

Location: 34.3060531616211, -117.466186523438

Our intrepid contributor stands at a trail sign to the only McDonald’s near the PCT. ©Jack Haskel

Steep cliffs

Location: 34.3175315856934, -117.437660217285

A cliff frames the view towards Cajon Pass and San Antonio Mountain. ©Jack Haskel

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