Ready for a trip to the High Desert? Don’t miss these curious stops in Yucca Valley or Joshua Tree National Park and its Seussian trees.
Head outdoors and explore the natural wonders of Greater Palm Springs with one of these five tours by hiking, riding horseback, and by wagon.
Herbaceous sagebrush creates an aroma that is part of a distinct scent collection that makes the desert unlike any other place in the world.
Greater Palm Springs and surrounding cities are packed with interesting sights. Enhance your stay with a tour, a tram ride, or easy day trip.
A walk on a trail in Joshua Tree National Park becomes a chance to listen to the way music interacts with the desert at SoundCheckEarth.
Here are 5 High Desert hikes to take this spring, offering a measure of prickly ocotillo and cholla, sunbaked boulders, and surprising oases.
Rancho de la Luna may feel miles away from civilization, but the renowned recording studio is a popular destination for top musicians.
Artists will open their studios and give guests a chance to see them at work over 3 October weekends at the Highway 62 Open Studio Art Tours.
Phillip K. Smith III’s all-consuming, otherworldly art installations across the desert encourage people to slow down, look, and linger.
Writer Brett Berk took the Lexus J201 to Joshua Tree National Park for an exercise called overlanding, which takes off-roading to a new level.
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