Indian Canyons Golf Resort 1097 Murray Canyon Drive Palm Springs, California 92264 Toll Free Tee Times: 1.800.520.0289 Indian Canyons Golf/Hotel Package! Surrounded on three sides by breathtaking, colorful, natural mountain vistas and sheltered from the w
Gorgeous Low-80's day & we enjoyed every minute in Indian Canyons! We chose to do the Victor Trail/ Palm Canyon Loop - a nice hike up the hillsides, with lots of "Roller Coaster" ups & downs & the...
Indian Canyons in Palm Springs consists of Palm Canyon, Andreas Canyon and Murray Canyon. Palm Canyon offers hikers a moderately graded foot path that leads down to a stream perfect for picnicking. Be sure to visit the Trading Post for hiking maps, refres
Some of the best hiking near Palm Springs—and in the deserts of California—can be found at Indian Canyons, which is located at the western edge of Palm Springs. The land is owned and protected by the Agua Caliente Cahuilla Indians, who settled
Indian Canyons Golf Resort has been the jewel of Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley since 1961. Once a private club named Canyon Country Club, this 36-hole facility was a favorite haunt of Hollywood celebrities like Frank Sinatra, Bob Hope, and Jackie
Indian Canyons, Palm Springs. ... All reviews andreas canyon trading post palm canyon seven sisters great hiking palm oasis ... This was our first visit to Indian ...
Indian Canyons are a great way to experience nature around Palm Springs. The main canyon with its majestic palm trees, babbling stream, and beautiful flowers (this year) is a magical interlude to the glitz of Palm Springs.
A moderately graded foot path winds down into the canyon for picnicking near the stream, meditation, exploring, hiking or horseback riding. While in Palm Canyon visit the Trading Post for hiking maps, refreshments, Indian art and artifacts, books, jewelry
Andreas Canyon Trail at Indian Canyons The casual, two-mile hike amid Palm Springs' historic Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians tribal grounds counts among the most unique in the region. Part of the Indian Canyons' 60 miles of hiking t
38500 South Palm Canyon Drive Palm Springs, CA 92264 Jeep & Hiking Tour of the Indian Canyons! Centuries ago, ancestors of the Agua Caliente Cahuilla (pronounced Kaw-we-ah) Indians settled in the Palm Springs area and developed extensive and complex c
Hiking, walking trips, Welcome to Palm Springs Hiking. Palm Springs Hiking Tours: ... San Andreas Fault, Indian Canyons, San Jacinto State park & more! We Would Love ...
Agua Caliente Indian Canyons: Andreas Canyon - trail along the oasis. - See 504 traveler reviews, 142 candid photos, and great deals for Palm Springs, CA, at TripAdvisor.
Indian Canyons Hiking Trails, Palm Springs: See 266 reviews, articles, and 132 photos of Indian Canyons Hiking Trails, ranked No.7 on TripAdvisor among 96 attractions in Palm Springs.
Palm Canyon: The highlight of the Indian Canyons is Palm Canyon, stretching 15 miles across the north slopes of the Santa Rosa Mountains. The best section is the first mile as here are found the largest group of California fan palms, viewed by an easy tra
Hiking Palm Canyon trail at Palm Springs Indian Canyons. The best hike in the Agua Caliente Indian Canyons park is the Palm Canyon trail. We like this particular hike because it gives you the best snapshot of the oasis paired with the high desert. You get
INDIAN CANYONS. The Indian Canyons are the ancestral home of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians. These canyons are especially sacred to the Cahuilla people today and are historically important to scientists and nature lovers. The Cahuilla people h
The Indian Canyons neighborhood is located in South Palm Springs and offers fabulous variation of home styles from the mid-century modern to the 70s modern, with a few ranch and Regency style homes sprinkled around. Many of the homes in the Indian Canyons
Glad we did both as the palm showcases the incredible trees while the 'Victor' offers some fantastic views of the Indian Canyons. this is a great place to hike, its also a great place to have a picnic which we have done several times with
Palm Canyon Trail is a 2 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Palm Springs, California that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is best used from November until July.
I visited Indian Canyons on a recent family trip to California. We were staying in Palm Springs and looking for a way to get in some exercise outdoors, so Indian Canyons really fit the bill. We paid a little under $20.00 for our car with 3 people to get i