This remote canyon in the South Eagle Mountains, is one of Joshua Tree National Park’s least visited and very interesting canyons along the southern mountain border of the park. High clearance vehicle required to reach trailhead on dirt/sand road approx 6 miles. This canyon not only offers outstanding geological features but also includes significant historical and cultural features. Our visit will follow the “leave no trace” principals and respect and protect the integrity of the resources. Please do not post online any photos with geotags to help protect the natural and historical features present.
Getting there: High clearance vehicle to travel 6 miles on unimproved dirt/sand road. Carpooling is encouraged and may be available if offered by driver. You are responsible for arranging you own transportation or ride share. Arrive at the meeting location a few minutes early for briefing and carpooling.
What to bring: Ten Essentials (click here), water (1 to 2 liters recommended), lunch/snacks, sun protection, layered clothing. Carry Emergency Contact Information (ICE). Sturdy hiking footwear with good tread and adequate drinking water are required.
Hiking Requirements - you will need to be in good physical condition for this hike. Click here for more information.
Hike Leader: Scott Connelly Email click here
Health Problems/allergies: Discuss any medical concerns with the hike leader that may affect your ability to complete the hike.