Idyllwild, California

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Idyllwild, California is a town located close to mile 180 of the Pacific Crest Trail. It is a full service town with everything a hiker needs.

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Access from the Trail

The PCT provides access to Idyllwild from several side trails:

  • Mile 178: South Ridge Trail. Approximately a 6 mile hike into town.
  • Mile 179.4: Saddle Junction/Devil's Slide Trail. Approximately a 6 mile hike into town.
  • Mile 183.5: Deer Springs Trail. Approximately a 4 mile hike into town.

Food and Drink

Red Kettle is a popular diner offering breakfast, burgers, sandwiches and more.

Higher Grounds Coffee Shop offers a fantastic selection of coffees and baked goods.

The Town Baker is a cool little coffee shop and bakery which also offers free WiFi.

Resupply

Groceries

Fairway Market and Idyllwild Village Market are both full services grocery stores, from which hikers can do a full resupply.

Gear Shops

Being located so close to Mt San Jacinto, Idyllwild has a number of good stores where hikers can buy or replace gear.

Nomad Ventures have everything a hiker needs. They sell Darn Tough socks.

Internet

Stove Fuel

Nomad Ventures sells stove fuel.

Laundry

Shipping Services

Resupply Boxes

Hiker Boxes

Lodging

Hotels and Motels

Hostels

Camping

San Jacinto State Park campground is a popular option for thru-hikers. The park has a "Hike & Bike" section where hikers can camp for $3 per night.

Other

Trails Angels

Attractions

Transportation Services

Buses

Airports

Train Stations

Ride Hailing Services, Shuttles, and Taxis

Other

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