The Indian Canyon hiking trails offer breathtaking views of one of the United States' most beautiful scenery. See groves of palm trees surrounding a lush oasis. Take your binoculars along for some unique bird-watching opportunities. The Least Bells Vireo, an endangered bird, can sometimes be found here. Other wildlife sightings may include the Peninsular Big Horn Sheep and mule deer. Feast your eyes on stately red cliffs and colorful rock formations. You will also be surprised at the many different types of vegetation growing along the trails. A hike to the Tahquitz Falls brings you to the famous sixty-foot desert waterfall. Bring along your camera to capture the splendor of the desert.
Learn About Who Lived There Before
The Agua Caliente band of the Cahuilla Indians lived in the Palm Springs Desert area from ancient times. Drawn to its water supply, these Indians built complex villages in the canyons. Remains of their life, such as old trails they used and rock art and foundations of buildings, can still be seen. Today the canyons themselves are sacred to the Cahuilla people.
Don't leave without looking around the Tahquitz Canyon Visitor Center, which offers educational and cultural exhibits.
Come with plenty of water, and above all, enjoy your canyon hiking experience!
Where to Stay
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