This is a great place to go for a picnic or just a Nike or walk. You can get hiking maps at the trading post. They also offer refreshments and Indian art. This is a historical place and well worth the visit.
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A small entrance fee gets you access to the Indian Canyons. The entry booth provides trail maps. Magnificent scenic trails ranging from an easy walk of about one mile up to far more challenging hikes. Well worth a visit.
My husband and I hiked two trails in Agua Caliente Indian Canyons, the Palm Canyon and Andreas Canyon Loop. Both of these trails are beautiful in very diverse ways and fairly easy hiking for all ages. Its a gorgeous area with a variety of scenery...More
Went hiking on 3 trails: Andreas Loop (easy), Palm Canyon (easy) and Victor (moderate). Really great hikes with unique scenery and vegetation throughout. It took us about 30 minutes to hike the Andreas loop and about 90 minutes to do the Palm Canyon and Victor...More
I've lived in Palm Springs many years and visited these canyons many times....more recently the area, once open to the public to hike and enjoy, now requires a fee to enter...but it is worth the fee to engage and immerse yourself in the beautiful flora...More
I hiked up the Murray Canyon trail up to the Seven Sisters. Nice trail, busy near the beginning, but the further you hiked in the less people you saw. No really challenging inclines (I didn't make it to the waterfall) but enough to get your...More
My adult son and I walked this trail today and although it is marked at 4.9 miles (7.8km), my pedometer clocked just under 9 kms to and from the parking lot This is a beautiful walk through the canyon, with water and shady areas under...More
If you go to Palm Springs and don't come out to see this, you're missing something wonderful! Where else can you see a true oasis in the desert, with springs burbling out of the ground, giant palm trees (natural, not planted) in the bottom and...More