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Joshua Tree Hiking Tour Information


Pick up and drop off from our office in Joshua Tree.*
An escorted and narrated journey both on foot and in transit by one of our experienced wilderness guides
All Park fees
Transportation in and around the park
Water and trail snacks
An optional lunch on the trail, before being returned to your point of origination (fees apply)
A loaner daypack to carry your personal items on the trail. (optional)
Not included: Meals, additional equipment or gratuity. Please view our policies

Need baysitting or nanny services? Visit or call Desert Birth and Wellness

* Pick up and drop off at locations other than our office available. However, additional fees apply.
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61325 29 Palms Highway, Suite E,
Joshua Tree, CA 92252

(760) 974-9536


Contact Us
Permit: PWR-JOTR-CUA16071
Serving: Twentynine Palms, Joshua Tree, Yucca Valley, Palm Springs, Desert Hot Springs, and the Coachella Valley with hiking, camping, backpacking and night sky journeys.


JT Saloon
Natural Sisters Cafe
Pie for the People
Crossroads Cafe
Eat at the historic 29 Palms Inn

The Tai Cafe

Things To Do

Coyote Telescope >
Cliffhanger Guides
Natural Lives Day Spa
Art FX & Furnishings
29 Palms Creative Arts Center
Coyote Corner

JT Trading Post

Places To Stay

Joshua Tree Inn
Bonita Domes
Joshua Tree Lake Campground & RV park
29 Palms Inn
Roughley Manor
Harmony Hotel
Sacred Sands

Scheduled Annual Events

Joshua Tree Music Festival
Joshua Tree International Film Festival
Highway 62 Art Tours
Bhakti Fest
Contact in the Desert

Conservation and Community links

Mojave Desert Land Trust
Reach Out Morongo Basin
Morongo Basin Arts Council
Joshua Tree National Park Association
National Parks Conservation Association
All single day hiking tours start at 9am Tuesday thru Saturday (earlier or later times can be requested) and are full day excursions lasting about 6 hrs (3-4 hrs of actual trail time). Daily hikes can be extended up to 10 hrs (additional fees apply). Sightseeing tours available on request. Call for pricing. For fully customized trips, visit our build your own journey page.
View and download forms here >

What to Bring

For the best experience, come prepared. We recommend long pants and sleeves to protect you from the sun, sturdy, comfortable, closed-toed hiking boots or trail shoes; as the terrain varies and can be rugged at times. To avoid discomfort, we recommend bringing sunglasses, sunscreen, lip balm and a hat. In the high desert, the weather can change rapidly, so bring a light jacket or sweatshirt. A backpack or other convenient bag is great for holding anything you might need. Of course, a camera is recommended, to capture your memories. Most importantly, bring a sense of adventure and a desire for discovery.

What Not to Bring

The National Park has strict prohibitions and regulations relating to the following items:
• Weapons
• Alcohol
• Pets (only allowed in designated campgrounds with service animals being the exception)
• Fireworks

We are an eco-friendly enterprise, committed to protecting and preserving the environment. We operate on the philosophy of "Take only pictures, leave only footprints." If you pack it in, pack it out!

General Information

61325 29 Palms Highway, Suite E,  Joshua Tree, CA 92252