Though its landscape may be a bit dry, your time in California’s Desert Region will be anything but! Hike the parched canyons and sandy dunes of Death Valley National Park or find your balance rock climbing in the Mojave Desert’s Joshua Tree National Park, home to the famous, twisted Joshua Tree, roaming bighorn sheep and - watch your step - a rattlesnake or two. After discovering the blooming wildflowers of Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, you’ll probably want to cool off and there’s no better place than boating and bird watching the waters of the glittering Salton Sea or having a spa day in the desert’s ultimate resort town, Palm Springs. No matter what you do in California’s Desert Region, you’re sure to have a scorching good time!
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