Murray Canyon Trail to Seven Falls
The Murray Canyon Trail to Seven Falls winds through lush green palm trees flanking the trail, punctuated by a hilly backdrop, boulders, and a 6 m waterfall. It’s best to take on this hike in spring and winter when there’s still water in the waterfall at the end! The Murray Canyon Trail to Seven Falls is a kid-friendly adventure.
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Route Description for Murray Canyon Trail to Seven Falls
The Murray Canyon Trail to Seven Falls is a popular hiking adventure that feels like a highlight reel of Palm Springs packed into a short distance. Setting out from the parking lot, you’ll wind along a trail dotted with palm trees contrasting nicely with the desert colors painting the backdrop. Continue following the path until you reach the waterfall at the end. You’ll be able to follow signs along the way, but it’s always beneficial to download the GPS before heading out. FYI: the waterfall might be barren, depending on when you complete this adventure. Therefore, it’s best to go during spring and winter!
The heat and various inclines throughout take this hike from an easy adventure to moderate, making it a good idea to pack water and a snack!
Getting to the Murray Canyon Trail to Seven Falls Trailhead
To get to the start of the Murray Canyon Trail to Seven Falls, head to the Agua Caliente Indian Reservation and park here for a fee.
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