Tramway Road to Bottom Station Trail
The Tramway Road to Bottom Station Trail is a local favorite! The unraveling scenery fused with the workout it provides and dog-friendliness only add to its popularity. It’s a good idea to set out early as the heat can be unbearable later in the day, especially during the summer, late spring, and early autumn.
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Route Description for Tramway Road to Bottom Station Trail
The Tramway Road to Bottom Station Trail follows a paved pathway to the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, but don’t let the “paved pathway” persuade you to try this hike. The scenery unveiling along the way and the elevation gain will have you huffing, puffing, and appreciating the surrounding scenery simultaneously. Plus, you can bring your dog with you!
Setting out from your car, follow Tramway Road to Bottom Station. On the way back, along the same road, as this is an out-and-back route, you’ll face the views of the stunning valley backed by mountains. This adventure is remarkable and makes for a morning well spent.
Getting to the Tramway Road to Bottom Station Trail Trailhead
The Tramway Road to Bottom Station Trail starts from Tramway Road, just off of 111 (Palm Canyon Drive), at the Palm Springs Visitor Center.
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