Reset at these desert landscapes with rugged rock formations, star studded evening skies, and unique brush
Jaunt to Joshua Tree and Kick Back in Kofa
Named for the region’s twisted, bristled Joshua trees and characterized by rugged rock formations and stark desert landscapes. Explore Skull Rock and cactus gardens before heading south to drive through picturesque Kofa and see desert wildlife.
Los Angeles to Joshua Tree
Head to Joshua Tree to make dinner at The Red Dog Saloon before it closes. This eatery is serving up elevated Tex Mex and a superb selection of mezcal.
Explore Joshua Tree
Stroll along the quarter mile Cholla Cactus Garden Nature Trail, or simply admire from the parking lot, before heading to the campsite.
Joshua Tree's variety of short and sweet hikes makes it easy to check a few off the list in a day!
Ryan Mountain Trail is a great 3 mile trail with some elevation gain, the summit features awe inspiring rock formations and incredible panoramic views across the landscape. Hikers say this hike is best done in the early morning or late evening to enjoy golden hour and cooler temperates.
To get a closer look at the iconic Joshua Trees, stroll 1.3 mile Barker Dam Nature Trail where the bristled tree bush are scattered about.
Stop by Joshua Tree coffee to enjoy one of their small batch roast before heading to the rugged picturesque terrain of Kofa National Wildlife Refuge.
Drive between the two mountain ranges, Castle Dome and Kofa, that together create dramatic subjects for photographers and unforgettable views for all. Search for a souvenir at Crystal Hill where recreational rockhounding is permitted and you're likely to stumble upon a unique quartz or crystal.
Rugged trails providing breathtaking elevated views of Death Valley, unique volcanic craters, and scenic sandstone mountains
Vacation in the Valley of Death and Fire
Hottest and driest of the National Parks, explore the below-sea-level basin with surprising snow frosted towering peaks and lush wild flowers. Camp out in Death Valley where an impressive canvas of wind-sculpted red sandstone transforms with each slight movement of the sun.
Los Angeles to Death Valley
Head to the hottest, driest and lowest National Park, Death Valley. Make sure you have dinner ingredients for the evening as you'll want to take advantage of your Death Valley campsite where the star gazing and comet watching is truly something else.
Spend some time in Golden Canyon, in this area, there are multiple trails varying in difficulty and length. Fun fact, Scenes of Star Wars Episode IV was filmed here (before protections against commercial filming were put in place), and it’s clear why! The canyons feel like they belong on a far-off planet.
Finish the day by getting a day pass to Delight's Hot Spring resort to soak in the mineral tubs and studded with art from local artists.
Ubehebe Crater was formed thousands of years ago when hot magma converted groundwater into steam, which created an intense explosion resulting in a half-mile wide crater surrounded by a large cinder field. Stop by the viewing lot during morning golden hours before heading to the Valley of Fire.
Explore Valley of Fire
Spend the afternoon searching for petroglyphs along the rocks in Canyon Trail. This short hike takes you through a red sandstone canyon covered in centuries old Native American rock art.
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