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Our family spent a full day at JTNP right after Christmas. During the government shut down, the outhouses were still open. We brought our own toilet paper and trash bags and made sure we cleaned up after ourselves. We parked at the Hidden Valley picnic...More
Like nothing you have seen before. Even though the government shutdown left the park without staff, it didn't leave it with less than a day's worth of sights, adventure, and awe. Dedicated staff and visitors keep the open restrooms clean, and with toilet paper. Those...More
Favorite loop hike in the park! This narrow, sheltered path winds through interesting rock formations. If you like to scramble up rocks, bring gloves because the rocks in the park are grainy, which is great grip for your shoes, but rough on hands.
My husband and I came to Joshua Tree for the first time and decided to hike here in Hidden Valley. The hike is a loop hike and approximately 1 mile. It was a gorgeous day and we arrived by 10:00 am, so no problem parking....More
Hidden Valley- Sandy path 1 mile loop, 2 hrs easy hiking; nice for whole family
Bring- Water, snacks and clothing for weather this is the desert.WATER (fountain) only available at the ticket gate at the West entrance (not sure about other entrances)
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Hidden Valley is a relatively easy circuit, although there are some steps to access the circuit and along its route. It is mostly exposed so in full sun you will need plenty of water. This is shown as being a mile long but it felt...More
This was our first stop coming in from the north. Not very crowded the day we were there. Ample parking. The hike is not too long (maybe 1.25 miles) and is pretty easy- although there are some steps to navigate. There are signs with information....More