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Garnet Peak



Activity: Day Hike, Peak Bagging

4.5 miles, 5899′ elevation, 730′ elevation gain, 2.5 hour duration, rated Moderate

Date: 12-10-22

Exquisite views for moderate effort. This spot is where the desert meets the mountains. From Garnet Peak you look down at Anza-Borrego and mountains all around.

After climbing McGinty Mountain the day before, I spent a chilly night camping in my rig.

It was a super day and time to hit the trail. Bluebird sort of day, rugged mountainside, with the desert sprawled out in front of me. It really was quite stunning, a view so nice it was hard to pull away.

It is a fun hike through terrain that was somewhat desert and somewhat coastal type chaparral. The summit obviously had the killer views, but there were plenty of peaking down a ravine to see the desert floor down below.

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every day as if it was your last and every breath, as if it was the same. 
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Garnet Peak

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Roger Jenkins

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