The San Jacinto Trail Report is a 100% volunteer project, described in detail on the About page. To keep important safety information as clear and uncluttered as possible, the website has no pay wall and does not carry advertising. Consequently the Report is dependent on small private donations for its modest operating costs.

Please consider making a donation if you have found the Trail Report’s content to be useful to you. Thank you.

Some regular users of the Report have set up automatic recurring donations via PayPal. Simply check the “make this a monthly donation” box at the PayPal link below. This option provides extremely valuable long term support to the Trail Report.

Please use this button below to donate via a PayPal account or by debit or credit card.

Alternatively, Venmo me, scanning the QR code through the Venmo app.

To donate to the Trail Report using Zelle, scan the QR code below in your banking app (the Trail Report does not pay any fees for Zelle, so your donation goes a little further).

For those who would like to make a donation by post, please make payable to Jon King, and address to P. O. Box 3515, Idyllwild, CA 92549.

For anyone visiting Idyllwild, there is a box for cash donations at Nomad Ventures on North Circle Drive.

Donations are used for the costs of maintaining the website, and especially for the costs of fieldwork to file updates. This is mainly the replacement of (very!) heavily used equipment, such as hiking boots and traction devices, occasionally other worn-out gear, and for some vehicle costs. All labor is donated and completely volunteer, currently at over 2000 hours per year.

All funds raised are placed in a bank account specifically established, and used exclusively, for the San Jacinto Trail Report.

Contributors of donations >$20 are recognized on the Supporters page.

Hiking several thousand miles a year to bring you the information and images in the Trail Report requires more mental energy than physical. Knowing that I have the support of those who read and benefit from the Report’s content is a powerful motivational force during many long days in the mountains.

Thank you for your support.