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Articles on Hiking and Climbing

Below is a list of links to DesertUSA articles and some park trail guides. For more hiking and trail information at a specific park or location, visit Places To Go.

Minimum Impact Hiking - Know Your Limits - Hiking & Climbing Equipment

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More articles and links listed by state

Arizona Places To Go


California
Hikes

Hiking & Trail Guide

Shaman’s Cave

Villager Peak Walk - Anza-Borrego

Fish Creek Walk - Anza-Borrego

Ghost Mountain - Anza-Borrego

Elephant Trees Trail - Anza-Borrego

Company Of Strangers

Coyote Canyon

Granite Mountain

Bradshaw Trail BLM Area


Death Valley Area


Joshua Tree National Park

Hiking Trail

Juniper Flats JTNP

Rock Climbing

Hiking To The Lost Horse Mine

Ryan Mountain Josha Tree NP

Sheer Fear: Rock Climbing at Joshua Tree NP

Carey's Castle

Rock Climbing in the desert

Oasis Hunting In Joshua Tree National Park


Colorado Places To Go


Nevada Places To Go


New Mexico Places To Go

 

Texas Places To Go

 

Utah Places To Go

 


Other DesertUSA Resources

Desert Safety Tips
Desert Survival Primer
Beware: Your GPS May Get You in Serious Trouble

 


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