Various Authors 1:40 p.m., Aug. 29
Anza-Borrego State Park
If it rains, look out for violent cataclysms in Clark Valley
Hike through a canyon with towering walls to some old and remote rock-house ruins.
Popular hike leads to a pinyon forest and spectacular views
Whale Peak, though not the highest peak in the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, is high enough at 5349 feet to offer spectacular views of much of the park and mountain ranges in Mexico and Arizona. ...
Bighorn sheep possible while climbing Indianhead.
Hike to the top of this profile that looms 3000 feet above Borrego Springs.
Rich riparian areas and shaded grottos await adventurous hikers in Sheep Canyon
Sheep Canyon has one of the larger streams flowing east out of the San Ysidro Mountains. Its bubbling waters cascade over boulders and down waterfalls into clear pools, and its banks are lined with shady ...
This popular hike leads to a pinyon forest and spectacular views.
One of the highest peaks in Anza-Borrego has fascinating plant life and gorgeous views.
Mountain range in miniature
These wind-eroded sandstone blocks are fun to explore.
Don’t drink the water — it’s for through-hikers.
Combs Peak is the fifth highest peak in San Diego County and also one of the most remote. Surprisingly, it is in the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. From this lofty summit there are views of ...
Thousands of years of human habitation on display at Indian Hill
Visiting Indian Hill gives us a renewed appreciation for this desert area. Humans have used the area for perhaps several thousand years. The last Indian cultural group to occupy this area was the Kumeyaay. It ...
Look up at 5 million years of layered history
Sandstone Canyon is one of several long canyons that stretch down the flanks of the rapidly eroding Vallecito Mountains. Frequent visitors to this part of the Anza-Borrego Desert consider Sandstone Canyon to be the most ...
A good place to peer into Hellhole Canyon
Church Spur provides overviews of Borrego Valley and the work of profound geological forces.
Geology is the highlight of this Anza-Borrego hike
Look for cheese bush.
They named this canyon after a naked guy
Seeking out Fonts Point and Inspiration Point in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park
Hike along this cliff edge for a spectacular view of the western and southern badlands.
See rare “elephant trees” and a view into the desert wilderness.
You might want trekking poles for that descent into Indian Valley.