Today’s hike took us across Fuller Ridge and then the very steep descent down the north side of Mount San Jacinto.
Fuller Ridge is notorious among Pacific Crest Trail hikers for being covered with dangerous snow and ice, but with the dry year we have had, Fuller Ridge was virtually snow free and easy to hike without any special equipment.
After Fuller Ridge the PCT descends about 6,000 feet and down down down we hiked. We passed the 200 mile mark in our hike today.
Tomorrow we will hike nine miles to trail angels Ziggy and the Bear where we will pick up a resupply package.
Photo: Fuller Ridge and San Gorgonio Mountain in the distance.
Trail Date: Thursday , April 17th
Mileage: 19 miles