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On Indian lands in Palm Springs, on the southside of 111, this is really worth the visit. Usually a creek is flowing through the indigenous palm Forest. The drive to this is about an hour with traffic to the very western edge of Palm Springs
Beautiful walk along palm fringed stream along with more hikes in the hills. Great scenery.
Lots of trails for hiking and horseback riding of all levels. Very scenic especially if you've never been to the desert before! Located in Palm Springs, about a 30 minute drive. Can eat lunch in Palm Springs after!
Indian Canyons and Tahquitz Canyon - find an array of desert trails to explore.
Indian Canyons is for hikers and picnicers as well as horse enthusiasts. Pack a picnic and enjoy a scenic lunch amongst a palm tree oasis. Simple hikes for beginners goes through these amazing natural oasis. There is a 2 mile hike to a waterfall through oasis. There is a horse stable here to horse…
The Indian Canyons are incredible, and depending upon the time of year a desert oasis complete with waterfalls, running water, blooming cactus and desert views. The hiking is incredible. Plenty of places to picnic. Bring lots of water and a map.
Indian Canyons by Airbnb Experiences
Get to know this iconic landmark through Airbnb Experiences, small group activities led by locals