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Murray Canyon Trail

#31 of 119 things to do in Palm Springs Features Animals
Palm Springs, CA
+1 760-325-3400
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Great hike..

My wife and I really liked this day hike. Wasn't too hard or easy,,just right. Great oasis... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
max55857
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Seattle, Washington
Murray Canyon to The Seven Sisters' Falls

Murray Canyon Trail is located South of Andreas Canyon. This is an easy hike which becomes... read more

Reviewed 16 April 2017
Marcia S
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Cathedral City, California, United States
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

My wife and I really liked this day hike. Wasn't too hard or easy,,just right. Great oasis views,,,marked very well.

Thank max55857
Reviewed 16 April 2017

Murray Canyon Trail is located South of Andreas Canyon. This is an easy hike which becomes moderate as you approach The Seven Sisters. The portion that I would rate as moderate is brief, but does involve a little elevation and scrambling...nothing serious. Stream crossings do...More

Thank Marcia S
Reviewed 27 March 2017

Great trail through the canyon oasis. Expect to get wet feet as the trail crosses the creek numerous times

Thank PNWtravelers1995
Reviewed 13 February 2017

Crossed the stream 16 times each way (it's a 3.8 mile in & out hike). So much water!! My feet were drenched; i gave up & just marched thru b/c there was too much water, not enough rocks to hop across on.

Thank liylu
Reviewed 7 February 2017

Compared to Palm and Andreas Canyons of the Indian Canyon group, maybe not as scenic ... but, still worth a visit.

1  Thank Chuck2010
Reviewed 25 December 2016

Like the author below, I hiked shortly after a rainfall (probably the same storm) but I enjoyed the crossings and found the hike to be wonderful. Just no pleasing some people. You won't get a "wow" view at the end; however, hiking amidst the groves...More

1  Thank BayouRnnr
Reviewed 22 December 2016

We hiked the Murray Canyon trail a few days after a rain in the desert. We had to cross the stream in many places and, by the end of the hike, both of my boots and socks were soaked. The stream is not easy to...More

Thank lulupearl
Reviewed 1 December 2016

This was a gorgeous hike along a river that at the turnaround point had a view of some very interesting but private, old stone homes that I assumed are Indian owned. Great spot, maybe an hour to complete and then good picnicing.

Thank jwredlabel
Reviewed 22 August 2016

one of the best scenic hiking trails into the canyons along a beautiful stream with interesting rock formations.

Thank Daniell C
Reviewed 22 July 2016

Another little oasis of peace and tranquility. This is a beautiful spot and definitely a must if you ever visit Palm Springs.

Thank Terence B
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sabra5
which canyon and trail has best access with power wheelchair?
9 April 2017|
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Response from PNWtravelers1995 | Reviewed this property |
Recommmend that you contact Agua Caliente directly for wheel chair accesibility.
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Zangs
Hi I am trying to put an address in for where to park for this hike.... can you please help me? Jill
7 January 2017|
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Andrea P
We will be visiting Palm Springs the last week of September 2016 from Sunday to Thursday. Is Murray Canyon Trail open during that week? Is there any charge to hike the trail?
24 August 2016|
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Response from Paul S | Reviewed this property |
As already answered. Its only a few dollars to enter the park. Once in, any of the trails are free to walk. I highly recommend the 7 sisters waterfall trail as well!!
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