We visited during the heatwave (in the morning), and were able to visit 2 of the 3 canyons! It is an oasis.... can even get down into the creek and splash around! Cheaper entry during the summer months!
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Great adventure and memorable photo opportunities when visiting Indian Canyons. With several paths to venture across, you can visit multiple times and never have the same experience. Be sure to pack lots of water and comfortable shoes--a hat wouldn't be a bad idea either.
This is an amazing place in the midst of the Palm Springs dessert. The hikes pass springs and interesting rock formations. The hike is not difficult although there are some modest elevation gains.
We've hiked the Indian Canyons a couple of times now. It is a nice, easy trail with very large canyon rocks and lots of tall palm trees. It would also be a nice spot for a picnic lunch. It does close at 5 pm so...More
We have been to Palm Springs several times, but just recently learned about Indian canyons. Maybe 10 minutes outside of Palm Springs up against the mountains. It's a beautiful place with tons of beautiful scenery. You can see waterfalls, mountains, and other desert scenery just...More
Get a taste of California nature at Indian Canyons hiking trails. You drive to the area and either buy a day pass or a seasons pass (a great deal if you are doing more than 10 hikes). There are many trails depending upon what you...More
We visited the three hiking areas managed by the Aguas Calientes band of Cuahuila Indians that comprise the Indian Canyons: San Andreas Canyon, Palm Canyon, and Murray Canyon, all quite close to each other and just a short drive from downtown Palm Springs but a...More
Local family, out here as often as possible. Whether its Andreas canyon loop,Tahquitz, Palm or the amazing 7 sisters my kids have done it all from young age and always enjoy thereselves for the couple of hours of no Wi-Fi. Great for picnics in any...More