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Joshua Tree on a Whim

A desert escape to Joshua Tree National Park is just what the “doctor” ordered … a landscape of climbable towering granite rock, marvelous hikes, and a place to soak your bones and sip a cocktail after adventures among the whimsically wild trees. You’ll feel like you’ve been transported to the pages of a Dr. Seuss book. Oh, the places you’ll go!

Week 03.24.2015
Regions Southern CA

Take the High Road

Hike Ryan Mountain in Joshua Tree

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You don’t have to rock climb to reach a brilliant panorama of Joshua Tree. A 3-mile (round-trip) hike up Ryan Mountain takes you to one of the highest peaks in the park. The trail is uphill from the get-go. Begin by following stone steps constructed from nearby rock that lead to…
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Yodel for Yosemite

Hikes Bike Rides and Zipline in Yosemite

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Arizona has the Grand Canyon. Florida has the Everglades. And California? We have Yosemite. One of the world’s most celebrated national parks is just a few hours away and spring is an amazing time to see all of its natural wonders on full display. Right now the Merced River…
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Walk on the Wild Side

Hike J Trees CA Riding and Hiking Trail

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Joshua Tree’s California Riding and Hiking Trail traverses 35 miles through the entire park, but you don’t have to hike all of it to see the good stuff. Get up close and personal with the park’s quirky namesake trees on a moderate out-and-back route starting from Ryan Campground…
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Real Spring Break

Desert Hot Springs Spa Hotel

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You’ve hiked Joshua Tree’s high peaks, gone into its desert wilds, and camped under its starry sky. Now it’s time to enjoy a little R&R nearby. And by R&R we mean retro resort and really warm mineral water. Take a dip at the Desert Hot Springs Spa Hotel. While it might not be a…
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