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Indian Canyons Hiking Trails

S.Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, Greater Palm Springs, CA
+1 760-323-6018
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indian canyon

easy hiking trails along a stream. got to understand the indigenoous native Washington Palms. the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
mhwolk
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Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
Stunning trails - explore the outdoor active lifestly of Palm Springs!

Stunning trails! Yes Palms Springs has an ever expanding and awesome restaurant scene but it is... read more

Reviewed 23 June 2018
EngagedSeattle_WA
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Seattle, WA
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  • Average3%
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S.Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, Greater Palm Springs, CA
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Reviewed 1 week ago

easy hiking trails along a stream. got to understand the indigenoous native Washington Palms. the only type native to CA. This is Indian land and very extensive. We barely toouched the surface of what is ther. Very close to town by car.

Thank mhwolk
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Reviewed 23 June 2018

Stunning trails! Yes Palms Springs has an ever expanding and awesome restaurant scene but it is also a mecca for outdoor activity and an active lifestyle These trails are of varying lengths and most are not that strenuous. Take a hike and breathe in the...More

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Reviewed 30 May 2018

There is lots to see and walks of different lengths. It was interesting to see the oasis in the middle of the desert, you'll want to bring enough water whenever you go out.

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Reviewed 15 May 2018

We did the 3 mile loop of Fern Canyon Trail to Victor Trail to Palm Canyon Trail. The contrast of the desert trail (Victor Trail) and the lushness of Palm Canyon really interesting and the temperature difference very notable. Highly recommend this hike if you’re...More

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Reviewed 11 May 2018

Go early to beat the heat and enjoy the great palm forest walk. Lots of critters to looks at as well.

Thank Nate C
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Reviewed 10 May 2018

You pay $9 per person to get in. The brochure they give you isn't much help. We found that your best bet is to go to the Trading Post where there are several trails that start there. We took Palms to Victor Loop. The Palms...More

Thank Carl16
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Reviewed 8 May 2018 via mobile

If you’d like about an hour to two hour hike up a mountain to see a beautiful waterfall this is the place.

Thank tenantrep
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Reviewed 7 May 2018

Forgot to pack my hiking shoes and hiking gloves; yet I had to do this. And so glad I did. Promptly got off the marked and started climbing straight up; I was thrilled. Such a huge contrast between bare rock, blue sky, green vegetation below;...More

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Reviewed 15 April 2018

I hike to the mountain every morning with my drum, grounds and centers me. Also meet some wonderful folks (local and travelers) on the path

Thank Tony H
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Reviewed 10 April 2018 via mobile

We took only the shorter Andreas hike with our two kids (11 and 13). We had a great time. The palms were amazing. The kids agreed it was worth seeing.

Thank jkmom
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Rita H
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Yes there is a fee.
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Response from Robert H | Reviewed this property |
Just a thought, visiting the valley this time of the year, the hotel rate will be higher because this is still the vacationing season. Consider the Courtyard by Marriott or something down from that level of cost. There is a... More
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raggie1
20 March 2016|
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Response from PCFredercik | Reviewed this property |
I hiked this trail 6 months after minimally invasive back surgery. As noted above, there are steep steps to get down to the trail and then back up, but there is a railing and you can take your time. Otherwise the trail is... More
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