This peak is about 2/3 mile directly south of Mt. San Jacinto. The easiest route is to leave the trail at the junction 0.3 miles below the summint of Mt. San Jacinto and head south following an easy ridge. The peak is rounded and strewn with countless large boulders which must be surmounted repeatedly. The north summit, a small pinnacle, will be encountered just north of the true summit and is class 3 with about 15' of exposed class 4 moves at the top. The south (true) summit is a boulder strewn plateau with a register. The high point is a 10' boulder with a small pine growing out of its top (class 3).
|Best months for climbing:||May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct|
|Nearest major airport:||Ontario|
Thanks to David M. Parker for adding this peak.
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NOTE: Trip reports were previously called "Summit Logs" - same feature, new name
There are 2 trip reports for Jean Peak.
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- Log #17491 - by Daniel Marks on June 12, 2003Warm weather, clear skies...a place to remember those I left behind in Southeast Asia and at home. Dan Marks United States Navy 1972-1978
- Log #17492 - by David M. Parker on June 22, 2002This was a nice little scramble on the way back to the tram from the summit of Mt. San Jacinto. We left the trail at the junction 0.3 miles south of the summit of San Jacinto and headed south,...