What to do in Joshua Tree National Park
What was once the secret domain of rock climbers has now burst forth into the public sphere—and with good reason. The 429,690 acres that make up Joshua Tree National Park encompass the best of southeastern California, including two deserts, native forests, and rock formations that look as if they were assembled by playful giants. Rock rats (the human kind) have been drawn to the boulders and cliff faces for years, but the park’s proximity to Los Angeles and its extensive hiking trails have lured campers, birdwatchers, day hikers, and backpackers to embrace the park from a less vertiginous perspective.
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Joshua Tree National Park Travel Q&A
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- 1 day visit. What & where is best thing to do?
Asked on December 26, 2011 by Ed | 69 views
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