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Joshua Tree National Park Area
EXPLORING AND HIKE
SATURDAY, November 19
7 AM TO 12:30 PM
Easy Hikes in Joshua Tree National Park 7 am to 12:30 pm I figure this includes driving from Frontier Cafe, our hikes, and back to Frontier Cafe.
We begin by Entering from 29 Palms and taking Utah Rd into JTNP 1. Heart Rock (yep looks like a big heart) 2.2 miles Easy Hike
2. John's Camp Trail 2.2 miles 200 Elevation Gail and Drop Exploring and old mining area with open mine
3. House of Horrors Short walk and some fun rock scrambling for pictures.
4. Coyote Hole Petroglyphs (Heading into town of Joshua Tree) 2 miles 200ft . A New place for me.
Looking forward exploring through this beautiful area. I have a map and the petroglyphs are amazing. So this will be our exploring hike. *. Our morning total hike miles is just under 7 miles. Fairly easy hiking. ----------------------- CARPOOLING Passengers you should chip in for gas. Your driver's gas for this trip can be anywhere from $30 to $60. Be generous for the drivers are being generous for driving. ------------------------- MEETING PLACE Meet me at 7 am at FRONTIER CAFE in Yucca Valley 55844 Twentynine Palms Highway, Yucca Valley, CA 92284 ARRIVE BY 7 AM. Get you drinks and snacks Restroom Break. And let's get on the road as quickly as possible *. Bring a good amount of water *. Either have a National Parks Pass or Passenger who has one. * Hiking Poles if you wish * Water -----------------------------
JOHNS CAMP Johns Camp existed because of five claims collectively known as the Gold Hill Mine, located a little farther up the wash from the camp. The mine operated during the late 1920s and early 1930, and was owned by C.H. Wiser, Anvil B. Johns and J.A. Johns. I'm guessing the camp was named after one of the Johns. --------------- COYOTE HOLE CANYON Coyote Hole Canyon is filled with petroglyphs and wildlife. We will hike to the small spring on a figure 8 trail so we can see as much as possible. Sandy washers and moderate inclines/declines are trail conditions with wildlife, wildflowers and multiple petroglyph sites. Trail Length: 2 miles total Elevation Gain/Loss: 200 feet Difficulty Rating: moderate Trail Type: out and back Hiking Time: 1.5-2 hours Parking Location https://goo.gl/maps/G2avkAnnLnKHhx8k8