The Flora of the PCT
B10, Snow Creek Road to Interstate 10

Fig. 1. Top: View of the San Jacinto alluvial fan traversed by the PCT from Snow Creek Road. Bottom left: Rumex hymenosepalus, wild rhubarb. Middle right: Calandrinia ciliata, red maids. Bottom right: Larrea tridentata, creosote bush. Click on the pictures for larger versions.

Segment StartSegment EndSegment LengthElevation (feet)
MinMaxRange
B10, Snow Creek RoadInterstate 102.5 miles12001400200

Introduction
Survey Dates
The Trail Plant Checklist

Introduction

See The Flora of the Pacific Crest Trail: Overview for an Introduction to these plant checklists, and B. The San Ysidro and San Jacinto Mountains for an Introduction to this section.

This is a short flat hike that traverses an alluvial fan at the base of the San Jacinto Mountains and crosses the basin of San Gorgonio pass. This low-elevation Colorado Desert is missing a number of its signature plants, and has a major impact from non-native plants. It still contains a high diversity of plants, especially annuals which at this time were just beginning to go into peak bloom.

(map to be supplied)

Fig. 2. Trail Map for the PCT , from USDA Forest Service Interactive Map.

Survey Dates

DateSurveyors# Species recorded
15 February 2015RT and Shaun Hawke86

The Trail Plant Checklist

The Plant Checklist is available in four different formats:

Separate condensed print versions of just the checklist names are available for all except for the Calflora thumbnail picture version.


Go to:


Copyright © 2015 by RT Hawke, Shaun Hawke, and Tom Chester
Permission is freely granted to reproduce any or all of this page as long as credit is given to us at this source:
http://tchester.org/pct/b/b10_snow_creek_rd_I-10.html
Comments and feedback: Tom Chester
Updated 18 February 2015.