10 Epic Hike in Joshua Tree National Park 

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Cholla Cactus Garden – Found throughout the desert in the American southwest and have many different species.

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Keys View - From the parking lot, it is a short uphill walk to the overlook. As you walk down the path, there is a lone Joshua tree.

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Cap Rock Nature Trail – This trail and the Hall of Horrors Trail are two of the best places in the park to take photos of Joshua trees.

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Hall of Horrors – One of the best hikes in Joshua Tree National Park. It's small, it's beautiful.

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Hidden Valley - Hidden Valley is one of the most popular hikes. A lot of people are expected on this route and finding a parking spot can be challenging in the afternoon.

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Skull Rock Trail - This hike is done as a loop and can be started from several different places.

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Arch Rock Trail - The Arch Rock Trail is located next to the White Tank Campground, but you can only park here if you have a campsite here.

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Wall Street Mill - This flat, easy trail leads to an abandoned gold crushing mill. The mill was built by Bill Keyes and is now on the National Register of Historic Places.

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Mastodon Peak Loop Trail - This is located near the Cottonwood Visitor Center in the southern part of the park.

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