Section B

NOTICE OF CONSTRUCTION

April 27th, 2012

From March 2012 to August 2013, Southern California Edison will be conducting transmission line construction activities as well as helicopter operations near the Pacific Crest Trail (approximately 1 mile southwest of the intersection of Highway 111 and Snow Creek Road, west of Palm Springs, California). Please proceed this area with caution if you see helicopter or construction activity. For more information, please call (866) 602-3782 or visit www.sce.com/dpv2.

February 21, 2012

We finally did it ! Three years and hundreds of volunteer hours and now the trail is clear from Chihuahua Valley Road to hwy 74 ! Very passable and easy route finding

Still very brushy for a few miles between Fuller Ridge and Snow Creek. We will be working there again this spring. If interested in helping,let me know: [email protected]

July 11, 2011

From Antsell Rock to Saddle Junction there are some trees across the trail that would make it difficult, or impossible for stock to pass.

For the Fuller Ridge section, equestrians should be aware that only experienced riders and stock should attempt this section. Inexperienced riders and stock can get into real trouble.

-Pete Fish

June 3, 2011

Kudos for your on-going work to improve the trail along Fuller Ridge. Hiked the segment from Fuller Ridge trailhead to Snow Creek on June 2nd. The trail was mostly in good condition except for two areas. Above 4400 feet is was good except for about a half dozen trees down over the trail. From 4400 feet through the tedious long switchbacks to about 3200 feet it needs both work on trail tread improvement and a serious job of brushing. There is a lot of trail overgrowth of Thickleaf Yerba Santa and other desert chaparral. Yes I know, send money. I did send in a check for trail maintenance a while back and believe you will spend it wisely where most needed.