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Joshua Tree National Park
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What an awe inspiring National Park. Be sure to grab a map at the visitor center, bring plenty of water and go for a memorable hike or even rick climbing.
This is probably my most favorite day trip adventure. It’s about 2 Hours drive from San Diego, but if you start early in the morning you can get there get in a couple of amazing day hikes spend the sunset laying across some of the hugest boulders I’ve seen and then get back to San Diego in time to…
Absolutely one of the most beautiful and unusual places on the planet. Great place to explore either on foot or in a car. Fun to roam or climb the boulders. Amazing wildlife and fabulous dark skies.
Joshua Tree National Park is open all year-round. There are few facilities within the Park's approximately 800,000 acres, making Joshua Tree a true desert wilderness just a few hours outside of Los Angeles. Enjoy activities such as hiking, camping, photography, rock climbing, and simply enjoying the…
Step into another world, the National Park holds some of the most unique landscape you'll ever see. For first timers, we recommend the 1-mile Hidden Valley Loop Trail, Cholla garden, Skull rocks and Keyes View. For kids I would recommend Barker Dam.
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