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Flowering Beavertail Cactus in Joshua Tree National Park

Flowering Beavertail Cactus

Desert Tortoise

Flowering Dudleya Saxosa aka "Desert Live-Forever"

A Stone Adventures Nature Walk in Joshua Tree includes:

  • A 2-3 hour nature walk inside Joshua Tree National Park catered to your desires and what you would like to see or do
  • Trails off the beaten path- places you wouldn't see without a local guide
  • A guide with local knowledge of the National Park, including flora, fauna and geology
  • Information about the park's plant species
  • A chance to see some of the rare and elusive wildlife, such as bighorn sheep, desert tortoises, tarantulas, bobcats, and many bird species
Desert Tortoise in Joshua Tree National Park

Nature Walks In Joshua Tree National Park

Our Joshua Tree Nature Walks are a really enjoyable experience.  While the rock climbing in Joshua Tree National Park is excellent, the National Park was really created because of the rare and exotic plant life.  It is not to be missed!  Because of Minerva Hoyt's desert plant preservation work in the early 1900s, the local plants and animals now have the National Park as a sanctuary.  We can now enjoy Joshua Tree blooms in late winter, beautiful wild flowers in the spring, desert tortoises in summer, and tarantula mating season in the fall!  That's right!  Tarantula mating season in Joshua Tree is in October!   

Joshua Tree Nature Walk:          $150 for up to 6 people


Call us at (760) 364-0547 or email us at info@stone-adventures.com to schedule your Joshua Tree Nature Walk today!

Tarantula during mating season

Tarantula in Joshua Tree National Park
Flowering Yucca Shigadera in Joshua Tree National Park

Yucca Shigadera in bloom

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