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 By Dianne Owen    Hiking

Hiking Here and There

It's business as usual for Interpretive Activities in the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. To start the 2022 New Year, Bri Puzzo led a group of enthusiastic hikers to Big Spring via Tubb Canyon. This is a 1.7 mile hike (50 minute... — Updated 2/25/2022


New Hiking Book Published

"Hiking in Anza-Borrego Desert, Over 205 Half-Day Hikes to Survey Marks" is a new hiking book by local author and Borrego Springs resident, Robin Halford. This is the third volume is her popular series of books with half-day hikes... — Updated 4/3/2020

 By Dianne Owen    Hiking

Bloomin' Bow Willow

Tis the end of the Super Bloom of 2019,but wait, there is more. Mother Nature now heralds in the magic of the cactus bloom, which is expected to be spectacular. Bow Willow area is a place to be for cacti, agave and yuccas. Located... — Updated 5/1/2019

 By Dianne Monk    Hiking

Goat Canyon Trestle Bridge

There is a story within a story on the Goat Canyon Trestle Bridge which is located in the southern section of Anza-Borrego State Park. Aptly named “The Impossible Railroad” it is a twelve mile round trip from the trailhead via Monteray Canyon Road off S2 and I understand, it is... — Updated 6/21/2018

 By Dianne Monk    Hiking

Canyon Sin Nombre

Spring has arrived and Canyon Sin Nombre that actually means “Canyon without a name” has turned on the magic of color and light for yet another spring show for hikers. Take an adventure to discover that this area holds many of the clues and geological mysteries that engulf Canyon... — Updated 6/6/2018

 By Dianne Monk    Hiking

Dolomite Mine Ruins

The Dolomite Mine Ruins in Anza Borrego State Park date back to the 1930s and is a hike not to miss. The peak above the Mine is one of the easiest peaks in the park and considered moderate with some small boulders to enjoy a short... — Updated 6/6/2018

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