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4WD, ATV & Off-Road Tours
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Palm Springs Tramway
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Hiking & Sightseeing Tours
Horse / Trail Riding
Roller Blade, Bike Paths & Bike Tours

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Palm Springs / Palm Desert 4WD, ATV & Off Road ToursPalm Springs 4WD, ATV & Off-Road Tours offers several Jeep/Hummer tours. Experience adventure and fun as you explore breathtaking locations with knowledgeable, expert guides. Come on and join us for an off road, adventureous journey of a lifetime! Open-air and airconditioned tours are available.

Palm Springs Wildlands Preserve Nature Tour
Approximately 4 hour tour from the Colorado Desert to the Mojave Desert. Departs from Palm Desert. Off the beaten path - travel in an air conditioned 4x4 - choice of morning or afternoon tours.
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Little Grand Canyon 4x4 Tour from Palm Desert
This is a 4 - 5 hour, off road adventure limited to five people. Comfortable 4WD SUV. Morning or afternoon departures available.
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San Andreas Fault Hummer Tour
Approx 3 - 4 hour tour - afternoon departure - H1 open-air Hummer - max of 9 people.
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Joshua Tree Hummer Adventure
This is a 4 hour tour through Joshua Tree National Park - open-air H1 Hummer - morning departure - max of 9 people.
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Held January 13th - March 15th, the Desert Circuit is largest hunter/jumper event West of the Mississippi. ....MORE


Palm Springs Tramway Tickets!

Cars depart at least every half hour from 10 a.m., Monday-Friday; 8 a.m. weekends and holiday periods. Last car for the Palm Springs TRAM is up is 8 p.m. with the last car down at 9:45 p.m.

Five towers support four 1-7/8" steel cables as well as four hauling cables, two auxiliary cables and a communications cable. The first tower is the tallest at 214' high; Tower Number Four is the shortest at 56 1/2' high. The weight of steel in the five towers totals 263 tons; the weight of the 11 cables totals 330 tons. The maximum span between towers is 3,455' between Towers 3 and 4.
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Held annually around St. Valentine's Day, the Riverside Date Festival began as a celebration of the date harvest. 800-863-8247


The Coachella Valley is a hiker's dream of canyons and pathways.

Joshua Tree National Park Tours Joshua Tree National Park Customized Guided Hiking Tour
During this tour you'll experience the beauty and majesty of the National Park. It's a day of discovery where you'll see fascinating rock formations and amazing landscapes. You'll learn about Joshua Tree's adaptive plants, wildlife, history, geology and ecology. Fully narrated, small group, professional guide. Tour can be customized for your preferences. Departs from the Park's visitor centers or local area lodging facilities. Tours start at 9am (different times can be requested). About 6 hours long. Snacks & water are provided.
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Joshua Tree National Park Van Tour
See the majestic Joshua Tree National Park on this extensive, fully narrated tour through stunning rock formations and the wonders of the Mojave Desert. Morning or afternoon departure, family friendly, small group, comfortable enclosed and climate controlled vehicle. Approx 4 1/2 hours
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Joshua Tree Hummer Adventure
This is a 4 hour tour through Joshua Tree National Park - open-air H1 Hummer - morning departure - max of 9 people.
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Palm Springs Aerial Tramway Hiking Trails
The Mt. San Jacinto State Park has 54 miles of hiking trails. The State Park will charge $5 per person for camping permits. There is no fee for day hiking permits at this time. For recorded trail conditions please call (760) 327-0222. For more hiking and camping information in the State Park, call (951) 659-2607.
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Canyon HikingIndian Canyon Ranger Led Hikes
Tours are Approximately 1.5 hours and are 1 mile in length.
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The Sierra Club - Tahquitz Group
Take a walk, a hike, or a meander with us and discover some of the wonders of our local environment!
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Knott's Soak City Palm SpringsWet 'n' Wild Palm Springs - Get up to 42% OFF Tickets HERE!
Open: thru September 1st - Located in the heart of Located in the heart of Palm Springs, Wet 'n' Wild Palm Springs offers a great way to beat the heat of our warm, Southern California summers. The theme of the water park is inspired by the California surf culture of the 1950's, with old Woodie cars, surf music, the roar of the water and the smell of tanning lotion. Wet 'n' Wild Palm Springs is all about thrills, chills, and making a big splash!

Wet 'n' Wild Palm Springs!
1500 S. Gene Autry Trail
Palm Springs, CA 92264
(760) 327-0499

Palm Springs Swim Center
Located in Sunrise Park on Sunrise Way and Ramon Rd., the Palm Springs Swim Center features a 50-meter Olympic-size public pool, two 1-meter diving boards, one 3-meter board, spacious lawns, sun deck and a separate section for children. The temperature is maintained at 80-84 degrees. Instruction for all ages.

Open April - Sept. 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Oct.-Mar. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Night swimming in summer. Admission $3.50 adults, $2.50 children 4-12, 3 and under are free with paid adult. Swim card is $49 for 25 swims and requires a membership to purchase. 760-323-8278.


See our Bike and Rollerblade paths.

The Earthquake Canyon Bike Express Tour
This is a highly rated 20 mile, scenic biking tour - easy to moderate - morning & afternoon departures - custom-fit bicycle and helmet - hotel pick up & drop off.
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Palm Springs WildflowersWILDFLOWERS

Palm Springs Wildflowers Viewing Locations - The Palm Springs-South Coast Field Office offers several great locations for wildflower viewing for those looking for a scenic drive. While the wildflower bloom is not as spectacular or intense as spring of 2008 due to the late rainfall, there are sections in eastern region of Riverside County that received springs rain that have not seen any significant amount since 2005. While this means you may not encounter vast carpets of wildflowers, there is a wider variety of species to look for while hiking.

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