A must when visiting Palm Springs area. A 2 mile was walk among towering Palm Trees in the desert. Good for all ages
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I took the long hike all the way to the top. I can't say enough about the magic of this place. Even if you just do the first small loop under the Palms it is amazing!
We spent a few hours wandering Indian Canyons before an evening flight home, and my only regret is that we didn't budget more time here. I would make this a full-afternoon think (like you would joshua tree or my san jacinto). $10-ish/pp entrance fee, gets...More
If you drive up and sit in a line, do not turn around and go away. The line was only about 10-15 minutes to get to the gate and pay, and then it was no trouble to drive and park freely. Note: When we went,...More
This easy hike felt almost mystical at times. Part of the trail runs along a creek that has a small waterfall, the palms were thick and enormous and the boulders on the other side of the trail were huge. It was easy to imagine a...More
There are several trails here with varying difficulty. We chose an easy one called the Andreas Canyon. It was a really nice, easy walk through the canyon. The floor of the canyon had a creek rushing through and lots of palm trees. It was a...More
I'd never seen a palm oasis before, so maybe this isn't anything special, but I absolutely loved our visit here. There are many short/long hikes that can be done, and the short ones are perfect. We visited Palm Canyon (walking below among the palms is...More
This was our first visit and it was better than expected. Great sights, trails, helpful rangers. There is a trading post, picnic tables and porta potties. The rangers give regular talks and walks. There is no food available so bring your own as well extra...More
Had a nice hike at the Andreas Canyon followed by a leisurely picnic in their shaded picnic area. It was a photographer's dream with unique rock formations, the creek and beautiful palms all along the path.