It is always fun to shop on Palm Canyon. The shops are great for window shopping as well as shopping.
Nice trails,multiple hiking levels. Best in the earlier part of the day if you do the loop that is not on the canyon floor.
If you have a lot of time you might like...typical average artwork...limited food and parking...the farmers market OK but not much organics and good for nuts...haha...enjoy..
You must go at least once the Thursday evening arts and crafts street fair. There are excellent food vendors as well. Try the burgers, they are excellent (only one vendor makes them)!
A beautiful oasis of palm trees in the desert. A very pleasant hike at the bottom of the canyon - quite flat and easy to walk - and another great hike along the top edge of the canyon - a bit harder, not as flat and more going up and down. We saw a snake and numerous hummingbirds (at the... More
Nice to have so many options within short driving distance from our stay in Palm Springs. Went specifically to check out the shops on El Paseo as it was recommended to us. Just a nice, quiet area with great little shops & restaurants, unique to the area.
Wonderful walking amongst the Palm oasis and then into the barren desert hillside.A well signed set of walks , advised by rangers at the post. Weather in Feb was perfect - think it would deb hard work in the summer sun.
Due to drought conditions the water is very low. The waterfall near the porta potties was running but you can tell the water has been much higher. Walking through the palms on the canyon floor was awesome - like a secret garden. Kids would love this and a good way to work off some energy. Rangers were available for questions.... More
So peaceful so quiet.Bring a light sweater if you are hiking in January as the canyon floor is about 10 degrees cooler than the desert.
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