Joshua Tree Hikes
Hiking in Joshua Tree offers some of the most unique, rugged, and surreal scenery in the world. Joshua Tree National Park is where the lower Sonoran Desert (like the one you see in movies) meets the rugged, higher altitude, Mojave Desert. This unique ecosystem is not only home to unique species like the Joshua Tree, but also home to unique and picturesque hiking trails for all levels. This hiking guide has not only lots of individual hikes you can do, but also some helpful insider tips on hiking at Joshua Tree.
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|Desert Queen Mine Hike & Eagle Cliff Mine||1.8||Easy||Twentynine Palms||180||N|
|Hike Split Rock (Joshua Tree) Loop Trail||2.5||Easy||Twentynine Palms||360||N|
|Hike Mastodon Peak Trail||2.6||Moderate||Twentynine Palms||510||N|
|Ryan Mountain Trail Hike||3||Moderate||Twentynine Palms||1060||N|
|Hike the 49 Palms Oasis Trail||3||Moderate||Twentynine Palms||700||N|
|Hike the Pine City Trail (Joshua Tree)||4.2||Easy||Twentynine Palms||280||N|
|Lost Horse Mine Trail||7||Moderate||Twentynine Palms||1040||N|
|Hike Willow Hole (Joshua Tree)||7||Moderate||Twentynine Palms||320||N|
|Hike Lost Palms Oasis Trail||7.4||Moderate||Twentynine Palms||700||N|
|Boy Scout Trail (Joshua Tree) Hike||16||Hard||Twentynine Palms||1850||N|
|California Riding and Hiking Trail (Joshua Tree)||38||Hard||Yucca Valley||3060||N|