PANORAMA PEAK (3.36 MILES FROM THE START ARRIVE AT THE TOP OF PANORAMA PEAK. GOOD 360 DEGREE VIEWS. ESPECIALLY OF SAN GORGONIO AND SAN JACINTO.)
BLACK ROCK VISITOR CENTER
BLACK ROCK SPRING (1.65 MILES FROM THE START IS BLACK ROCK SPRING ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE TRAIL. IT IS USUALLY DRY. IF MOISTURE OR WATER IS PRESENT BE WATCHFUL OF BEES.)
BLACK ROCK CANYON BB
PLBR 04 (3.39 MILES FROM THE START THERE IS A VAGUE USE TRAIL THAT GOES OFF TO THE LEFT FOR 100 YARDS TO THE TOP OF PANORAMA PEAK. FROM HERE THERE ARE GOOD VIEWS TO THE SOUTH AND WEST INCLUSIVE OF RABBIT PEAK, SANTA ROSA PEAK, MOUNT SAN JACINTO AND MOUNT SAN GORGONIO.)
UNIQUE JOSHUA TREE (2.96 MILES FROM THE START IS A JOSHUA TREE ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE TRAIL WITH AN UNUSUALLY THICK AND FEATURED BARK. OTHER JOSHUA TREES IN THE AREA EXHIBIT THE SAME UNIQUE FEATURE.)
WARREN PEAK (2.98 MLES TO THE TOP FROM BRCBB. 0.8 MILES FROM TRAIL JUNCTION.)
PLBR 03 (3.17 MILES FROM THE START AS THE TRAIL BEGINS TO CREST OUT THERE IS AN OLD ROAD BED THAT LEADS UP AND BACK TO THE RIGHT ABOUT 100 YARDS TO AN OLD CAMPFIRE RING AND VIEWS DOWN TO THE SOUTHEAST OF SALTON SEA.)
PLBR 02 (2.19 FROM THE START IS THE TRAIL JUNCTION FOR WARREN PEAK GOING OFF TO THE RIGHT. MARKED BY AN OLD WOODEN SIGN POST.)
PLBR 01 (1.81 MILES FROM THE START IS A TRAIL JUNCTION FOR THE PANORAMA LOOP TRAIL COMING IN FROM THE LEFT. CONTINUE STRAIGHT AHEAD ON THE TRAIL TO THE NEXT JUNCTION WITH THE PANORAMA LOOP/WARREN PEAK TRAIL.)