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All reviews great hike seven sisters palm trees criss crossing spiritual place pretty easy hike elevation gain bring lots of water close to downtown short hike parking lot agua caliente picnic tables stream waterfall rainfall oasis
went a little later in the morning which made for a very hot day but we were well prepared. Really enjoyed the hike it was safe and quite easy for 90%. The falls were a nice refreshing stop and we meandered throughout the hills for...More
Hiked here late in the afternoon and it was HOT. Bring lots of water. We were lucky enough to spot a large rattlesnake eating a desert rat. So, THAT was kind of cool for Noetheasterners. We never made it all the way to the sisters...More
We had SUCH a great time on this hike. It’s a beautiful hike along a stream with a bunch (seven?) of waterfalls. (Also called Seven Sisters). There are literal oasis, as the palm trees spring up along the water. So much fun.
Get there early....More
Just finished MCT trail today and water is running nicely.
Did not go right to seven sisters as the trail gets a little steep at the end for my wife legs. there is a nice smaller waterfall just before step section. cross teh creek and...More
Take the time to go here...there is a reduced rate for seniors. If you go to the far end of the canyon to park it is a difficult walk down the hill to the canyons, take time and do it as once there it is...More
My wife and I are "senior citizens" and we LOVE to hike - not the easy, paved stuff but real hiking with rocky trails, sand, dirt and winding through varied flora and fauna. Murray Canyon Trail provided us with all of the above plus just...More
Murray Canyon Trail is a pleasant hike through interesting desert countryside that's close to civilization. It's surprising to find oneself in the great out of doors so near to the bustle of Palm Springs.
The hike meanders in the vicinity of a creek beside which...More
Very close to downtown Palm Springs are the Indian Canyons. There is a fee to enter. Shortly after you are on the reservation take the turn to Murray Canyon. There is a lot of parking and places for picnics. You start out hiking through groves...More
This is a trail off the road on the way up to Indian Canyons. We stopped here and went a small ways up the trail, but as we just happened upon it, I did not have appropriate walking shoes with me which is necessary for...More
A wonderful short hike. We saw several lizards, ravens, and a snake. There were a number of stream crossings, but nothing difficult. You need a hat, sunscreen, good shoes, and lots of water. We went on a cooler weekend in early June.
Yes there is a charge to enter the Indian Canyon Area, which includes Murray Canyon. And according to the Indian Canyon web site the gate is open Friday, Saturday & Sunday from July to September (8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Last... More
Yes there is a charge to enter the Indian Canyon Area, which includes Murray Canyon. And according to the Indian Canyon web site the gate is open Friday, Saturday & Sunday from July to September (8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Last Entrance is at 4 p.m.).