Imagine a leisurely hike through a lush, verdant canyon of willows and free flowing water. Big Morongo Canyon Preserve is truly an oasis in this transition zone between the Mojave and Sonoran deserts. The lush vegetation stands in sharp contrast to the surrounding desert slopes. More than 240 species of birds have been observed in the Preserve, including several rare or unusual species, such as the Least Bell's Vireo and the Vermilion Flycatcher, which have been known to nest here. Many other species are numerous during the spring and fall migration seasons.
Featured below is an online guided tour of the six
distinctive trails through the core of Big Morongo Canyon Preserve. Click
on any trail listed below the Trail System map to take a virtual tour of
the trail! You can also click on the the trails and many of the features on the map
to see a photo of that area.
Desert Willow Trail
Yucca Ridge Trail
West Canyon Trail
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