We spent a day at the park and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. There are hikes offering varying degrees of challenge, well defined in the park's brochure. The ranger at the entrance to the park was very helpful in advising us. We took one hike of moderate difficulty and found the scenery beautiful and the path well marked. We also took one of the nature walks, which included signs identifying and explaining vegetation. It was very informative.
We have a niece and nephew who go to Joshua Tree for serious hiking and climbing and find it a good challenge for them. We prefer something less strenuous and were also happy with the options. We saw people of all ages along the way, and even passed a path that had been designed to be handicap accessible. We would definitely return.
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