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This trail leads through abandoned structures and historic markers of mining activity in the area. It is a short and easy trek.

The Wall Street Mill Trail leads into the Wonderland of Rocks from the northeastern end of Hidden Valley. This route has the highest concentration of mining era ruins of any trail in the park. It leads north from the trailhead .75 miles, passing a house foundation, historic site marker, a windmill and stamp mill. Visitors interested in the industrial history of the area will enjoy this short trek.

Directions: From Oasis Visitor Center, Follow Twentynine Palms Highway (62) westward to Joshua Tree. In Joshua Tree turn left on Park Boulevard, which becomes Quail Springs Road after crossing Alta Loma Drive. Follow Quail Springs Road to the improved road that leads to Hidden Valley Campground. Continue driving past the campground entrance about 1.5 miles to an unmarked dirt road. Turn left on this road that is the first road past Barker Dam parking area. Drive .25 miles to the trailhead.

Elevation: 4,300 feet

Ending Elevation: 4,300 feet

Usage: Light

Difficulty: Easy

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Joshua Tree National Park, California

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