Riverside County, California

Snow Covered Trails

Originally added by Sal Cavazos

Snow does not happen often in Joshua Tree National Park, keep your eye on the weather for this gem. When it does it is a winter wonderland and makes hiking that much more adventurous.

Starting at 2000 ft elevation in snow covered Joshua Tree you can ascend up to 5400 ft elevation in some areas. Many great snow covered rock formations. Best hikes are at or before sunrise.

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Rock Climbing
Camping
Photography
Running
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Hiking
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