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We had half a day in Joshua Tree National Park and started here. The trail is only a mile, but the sights are incredible. We saw awesome rock formations. joshua trees, and other desert plants. You can climb on the rock formations which was a...More
I drove through here on a nice morning drive. It had been a few years since I had been here. The rock formations were cool. There had been a ton of rain so the flowers were all blossoming. It was great. I even saw a...More
We walked through Hidden Valley during the third week of June mid-afternoon. Surprisingly, it wasn't too hot. There were lots of trees, some cacti, and other plant life. We also saw two rock wall climbers. I believe the loop is about a mile long. It's...More
I was not impressed, there are some mountain sceneries and boulders, like skull rock. Nice cholla cactuses garden, plenty of joshua trees. No match for real national parks like Josemite or Sequoia or any other serious national park. The air is unhealthy, too much ozone,...More
Driving through Joshua Tree, it feels like you are in another world. The hike through Hidden Valley was very enjoyable, spiritual almost. With the combination of the rock formations and plants, it seems like a scene in a Dr. Seuss book. Hidden Valley was a...More
Beautiful trail with lots of rock formations and dessert flowers. An easy trail to follow and markers along the way with information in English. Easy to do with the kids. Enjoyed the trail in the morning and at sunset. The colors and the rock formations...More
We climbed the equivalent of 24 floors and 6,000 steps but it wasn’t strenuous. If adventuresome, you can climb rocks of all sizes. We mostly stayed on the path. Darrel of Desert Tours was our guide and he is very knowledgeable. Wear good shoes for...More
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Hi. They are not. No dogs are allowed more than 100 feet from roads, and are not allowed on hiking trails. They cannot be left unattended for any reason, including in vehicles. They are allowed on designated campgrounds... More
Hi. They are not. No dogs are allowed more than 100 feet from roads, and are not allowed on hiking trails. They cannot be left unattended for any reason, including in vehicles. They are allowed on designated campgrounds, vistas such as Keys View, and can be walked on unpaved backcountry roads on a lead, just not on hiking trails.