The Palm Springs Indian Canyons are one of the most beautiful attractions to any Palm Springs Visitor, especially if you love to hike. Unlike other area trails, most of the trails in the Indian Canyons follow running streams, and are abundant in California Fan Palms, and many other types of vegetation and wildlife. If you are ready to experience some of the most beautiful hiking Palm Springs has to offer, grab your CamelBak, other Hydration Pack or Hydroflask and get out to the Palm Springs Indian Canyons!
Directions to the Indian Canyons
To get to the Palm Springs Indian Canyons, take South Palm Canyon from Highway 111 and drive about two miles to the Indian Canyons tollgate. There are signs posted to help you find your way.
Palm Springs Indian Canyons Photo Gallery
The Indian Canyons Hiking Trails
Hiking Books For Palm Springs
Philip Ferranti's books on hiking in Palm Springs, the Coachella Valley and surrounding areas are a must have if you are planning on hiking in the area. Amazon.com also has several other books that will make your hiking adventure a great one, including books on hiking and rock climbing in Joshua Tree National Park.
Hiking In Palm Springs Disclaimer
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