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Where do I even start? It's Joshua Tree! Whether you're an avid hiker, climber or enjoy bouldering, you will absolutely love JTNP. My favorite hikes and climbs include Lost Horse Mine and Jumbo Rocks!
Joshua Tree National Park is a vast protected area in southern California. It's characterized by rugged rock formations and stark desert landscapes. Named for the region’s twisted, bristled Joshua trees, the park straddles the cactus-dotted Colorado Desert and the Mojave Desert, which is higher and…
"Two distinct desert ecosystems, the Mojave and the Colorado, come together in Joshua Tree National Park. A fascinating variety of plants and animals make their homes in a land sculpted by strong winds and occasional torrents of rain. Dark night skies, a rich cultural history, and surreal geologic…
The treasure of the high desert. Lots of great day hikes, panoramic views, rock climbing, overnight camping. Truly spectacular.
Enter JTNP in 29 Palms for reduced wait times. Fave hikes are Ryan Mountain (challenging), Ryan Ranch (easy), Skull Rock (popular) and bouldering wherever you like! Drive through to Joshua Tree and have a meal at the Joshua Tree Saloon.
16 min drive from house- Joshua Tree Park is like stepping back to a pre-historic time. The majestic old growth Joshua Trees and intricate rock formations are a must see for first timers to the area. There is a park entrance fee, that gets you in the park for 7 days. I highly recommend going at…
Hikes, rock climbing, picnics, scenic drives, you name it! The Joshua Tree National Park is the crown jewel of our community. Message me for further recommendations!
Wonderful hiking trails, colorful cactus flowers, scenic drive. Beautiful sunrises and sunsets.
The most visited national Park in United States, you can still find solitude amid harsh Desert beauty. The south entrance is about 45 minutes to an hour away via the freeway. You can do a large loop from the south entrance out of the north entrance and then back through the different desert…
“"Pappy + Harriet’s is a RESTAURANT. Pappy + Harriet’s is a MUSIC VENUE. Sometimes the two get in each other’s way. Please check the calendar to see who is playing and if there is a ticket price and if the show is sold out before you head up here. Sometimes bands soundcheck during the time you are eating. We have many places to sit outside the club. Lots of picnic benches, but ONLY certain places to dine. PARKING: About 100 feet passed Pappy and Harriet’s,there is a parking lot on the right. You will see our PARKING sign. Please do not park on Pioneertown Road Dogs are allowed outside. They MUST be on a leash. Service Animals are always allowed inside the restaurant. “If you’re in a rush, you’re in the wrong place!””
“This 38 feet tall cupola structure designed by ufo-ologist and contactee George Van Tassel, who claimed the Integratron was capable of rejuvenation, anti-gravity and time travel. This acoustically impeccable building is now available for 'sound baths'. Make reservations well in advance.”
“Gourmet food in Landers. They don't do reservations, you'll probably need to wait - but worth it!”
“This quirky outdoor sculpture park features an offbeat collection of found folk-art assemblages, all created by the legendary desert art pioneer.”
“An amazing Breakfast and lunch cafe in Yucca Valley with unique decor, delicious food and amazing fresh coffee! It’s always busy so show up early to avoid any wait times! They have live performances, call ahead to see what’s on for the day!”