Joshua Tree National Monument - Tourism
By Sarah Lane
Jan 31, 2005, 10:50

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Joshua Tree National Monument - Tourism

A Desert in Bloom: Joshua Tree National Monument
Read this Family Fun article about the ‘haunting beauty of the Mojave desert’ and find out what draws people to this area.
Source:       FamilyFun, Disney Online

Area Parks
Use the navigation bar on the left of this page to explore general info as well as traveler’s info concerning Joshua Tree National Park.

Virtual Hike Anyone?
Find information about the park’s animals, plants, rock formations, climate, and take a virtual hike. You’ll also find pictures and mountain bike trails.
Source:       Desert Gold

Ariel Photo Tour
Click on the link below the map for a Joshua Tree Ariel Photo Tour. Also click on Mojave or Colorado Deserts for more info on those specific areas.
Source:       Walter Feller

This page may take a few moments to load but the beauty of the pictures is definitely worth the wait. For more photos, check the links at the bottom of the page.
Source:       Photo Net

Nature Scenes
Now these pictures take even longer to load that the previous link but there are quite a few and they are gorgeous!
Source:       Photo Vault

Joshua Tree National Monument
The pictures found in this gallery are suitable for framing and can be purchased.
Source:       Patrick Jennings

First Ascent
If rock climbing is your thing then this resource will be extremely helpful. Arrange a private or group climbing expedition with tour guide at whatever level you’re comfortable with.
Source:       First Ascent

The American Southwest
Not only will you find literature on Joshua Tree but pictures, scenic information, general facts, and an outline of the park. Click on the links for more.

Beautiful California
Learn more about California, Joshua Tree National Park, and the rest of the park system. There’s loads of information waiting here.

Expedition Corner
What is a Joshua Tree anyway? Find out more about this National Monument and it’s namesake.
Source:       Eco-Photo Explorers

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