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Tips from locals

Jeff
Jeff
September 27, 2018
when its too hot for you take the tram up to the top of the San Jacinto mountains where the air is cool and views majestic
Cisco & Veronica
Cisco & Veronica
September 5, 2018
Great experience to go up in the tram cart.
Theresa
Theresa
August 23, 2018
Don't miss taking this tram that turns 360 degrees as you go up and down the mountain. The view of the city is unbelievable. Also a great place to hike and have lunch or dinner at the restaurant at the top of the mountain.
Delatour
Delatour
April 18, 2018
Circular revolving Tram to the top of the mountain for stunning views, great casual hiking and a good cafe and restaurant too! Take a light sweater tends to be cooler at the top!
Evlyn
Evlyn
March 28, 2018
Best view of Palm Springs

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Palm Springs, CA 92262