Joshua Tree awaits: its natural setting, hiking, entertainment, and more!
Explore the family-friendly area of Joshua Tree—natural beauty, hiking trails, and sights from Joshua Tree Community Center to Noah Purifoy's Outdoor sculpture Museum.
While Monument Manor might not have many sights to explore, venturing just a little farther will lead you to top things to see and do like Joshua Tree National Park West Entrance and Joshua Tree Community Center.
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Channel your inner outdoor adventurer and learn the ropes (so to speak) during a fun and exciting rappelling adventure. Discover how to use your harness and equipment to perfect the technique of rappelling down a vertical wall, an essential skill for rock climbers of any skill or experience level.
Head to Joshua Tree National Park where you are surrounded by desert landscapes and the iconic trees. Here, you can spend an exciting morning rock climbing. This introductory class led by a professional climber is ideal for beginners to the activity or those transitioning outdoors from an indoor gym.
Challenge yourself mentally and physically with a thrilling outdoor rock climbing adventure in Joshua Tree National Park. Hike through the desert landscape full of the namesake tree and spend half a day putting your beginner or advanced skills to the test on a variety of routes.
Get the most out of your outdoor rock-climbing experience with an exhilarating all-day excursion in Joshua Tree National Park. With a plethora of route options, there's something for all skill levels as you climb up the granite formations in a desert setting with the help of a professional climber.
As the day fades to night, off-road your way through the desert terrain beyond Palm Desert to reach a pristine nature reserve. Learn about the rugged landscape and the geological forces at work beneath the San Andreas Fault, and stick around after sunset to stargaze far away from the city lights.
Ride out for a visit to the ancestral home of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians and the spectacular canyons around Palm Springs. See stunning rock formations, the contrasting greens of magnificent fan palms, and more than 150 species of plants as you explore these lush palm oases.