Campground
Brian T.
Reviewed Apr. 8, 2021

As others said, "Little Gem"

Fantastic in the snowy season.  Getting to Windy Gap usually requires spikes or crampons and axe, but it's well worth the effort.  There's also year-round running water at Little Jimmy Springs.  Right by PCT.  And also close to another Gem.  South Mt. Hawkins, but that one is unorganized, you'll have to search for a place for your bivy to lay if you set up there.

I've been to Jimmy multiple times in dirt, snow, and even a little rain.  It's not overly windy, because it's protected by a bunch of trees.  The peaks and saddles around it can get a little windy.