10,674 ft / 3,253 m


190 ft / 58 m


25 summits

Top climbing months

July   25%

August   14%

May   14%

Most climbed route


"Cross-country directly from Drury. This climb kicked my rear and had me questioning my fitness. Neat Summit, scooting down the north face a bit allows some lovely expansive views of the Jacinto plateau and the distant mountain station. Part of a group of peaks done in a loop: Cornell, Folly, Newton Drury, Jean, Shirley, and Marion." - JustinB, Jul 13, 2018
"Peak 6/7. Only HPS summit of the day where I couldn't find the register. Climbed a couple summit blocks since I wasn't sure which was technically the highest. Complete TR: http://themtsarecalling.com/sanjacinto/" - Christopher, May 21, 2016
"After hitting San J., Folly, and Miller, we cross country traversed up through the snow to the top of Jean Peak. This was #25 of my 100 in 2014 Goal. The summit sucks for good views and pics due to all the trees and it being a very broad mountain top. From Here we went down to Newton Drury and then on to Marion Mountain." - 1-with-Nature, Apr 7, 2014
"I took the first tram up (8am) on a Saturday morning, headed up to the summit via the Sid Davis shortcut (which I eventually lost, past the Tamarack Valley campsites, but no matter), made my way to Jean from the Jean-SanJ saddle, then pulled on my microspikes for an easier descent on the snow-dusted eastern side. I was the only person up there...super windy on the summit! " - HikerMark, Nov 16, 2013
"About 9/10ths of a mile east of Wellman Divide (on the trail to San Jacinto) we left the trail and went up the steep ravine to a saddle, then hiked southerly to the top of Jean Peak. This was actually my fourth try to get this peak. I'm glad I kept trying." - thesearcherextraordinaire, May 25, 2013



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