This National Park is a relatively newly developed scenic spot, relatively cold. Located on the east side of Los Angeles by Palm Spring. It covers a large area, but most of the park is desert. We enter from the Northeast gate of the park and then exit from the West gate, which is about a fifth of the area. The largest number of stones in the park, except deserts, are said to have sunk under the ocean many years ago, because of crustal movement. Because of these rocky mountains, it is also a paradise for rock climbers. Almost every rock climber is brave. We have annual tickets for national parks, so we don't know how much they cost, but they should be inexpensive. The Joshua tree is a kind of tree in this park, but we don't know which kind of tree it is.
Driving from Palm Spring to a national park on the way to the Grand Canyon. It's mainly made of Joshua trees, plants and various shapes of stones. Previously, the idea was that $20 tickets now actually cost $25 to go in and out many times within seven days of a car. It's said that starry sky is beautiful at night, but the park feels a little bleak and there's no signal in most areas. Friends who don't plan to spend the night in the park tend to get lost too late. But they really encounter small wild animals.
In March, from San Diego in the southwest to the northeast, through snow-capped mountains, through the famous desert palm springs, to Joshua Tree National Park, the Pearl of the Mexican desert. The park is just over two hours'drive from Los Angeles and is a paradise for campers and rock climbers. Private cars cost only 30 dollars per car and can be freely accessed for a week. One of the distinguishing features here is the huge weathered stones, which cover all over the mountains and pose in thousands of ways. As long as flying imaginary wings, you can see countless stone-like human beings, can not help but marvel at the magic of nature's hand, knife and axe. Another feature of the park is the Joshua trees, which grow stubbornly in the sand and rocks, cover the ground hard, stretch to the sky as far as possible, and try to compete with the boulders. As a result, the trees won and became the national park. Stone can stand on foot, but trees can't. In this season, there are also flowers fighting in the desert, birds contending, announcing to the world that wild flowers and wild birds also have spring. The third feature of the park is to watch the sunset. When the sunset comes, the colour here will be suffocating. The park is very big, only slightly smaller than Rhode Island. March is the best season. It's sunny, not cold or hot. Friends who have time and love nature can arrange for a few more days to feel the beauty of the long, quiet space here.
Joshua Tree National Park is named for the large distribution of Joshua trees in the park. The Park covers a total area of 366.1 square kilometers. The Joshua Tree National Park is located in part of the two deserts and contains two major ecosystems. The Colorado Desert in the eastern part of the park is below 3,000 feet above sea level, and the natural garden is covered with wood-tar shrubs, ocotillo and cholla. The taller, wetter and slightly cooler Mojave Desert in the western part of the park is a special origin of Joshua Tree, the registered trademark of the park. The whole park is a main road, which can't be missed. It usually enters from the west gate and goes out from the North gate.
Yoshua National Park - A large number of conifers (scientific name) are desert landforms. The Park covers an area of more than 3000 square kilometers (too big to open a small part of it) and is a favorite campsite for foreigners. 251 cars, the last one is the park gate, toll station (no railings)
Joshua Tree National Park is on the outskirts of Los Angeles. Look at the car from downtown Los Angeles. It won't be long before we get here. The geographical environment and geological structure of the United States are very special. The scenery in the East and West is totally different.
Joshua Tree National Park is located near Palm Spring, which is a typical desert landscape. There are not many Chinese tourists in this park. I think not only the location is not easy to arrange, but also the scenery is not particularly good. In the park, besides the shiny rocks, there are Joshua trees, a coniferous desert plant. The company also gets its name. We also drive horses and watch flowers, like ordinary tourists. But I feel that the park is a place where the local people are enthusiastic. Outburst big rocks are crazy young people's bare-handed climbing arena, the vast desert for horses to run freely, no road is the direction pursued by wild jeep. American City can play, ha-ha.