Big Morongo Canyon Preserve: a haven for hikers

Posted by on December 19, 2014 in Books by Bill Walker | 0 comments

Big Morongo Canyon Preserve: a haven for hikers

Situated in the Little San Bernardino Mountains is a treasure called Big Morongo Canyon. The canyon is high in natural diversity due to it being in the middle of Mojave and Colorado Deserts. Big Morongo Canyon’s desert oasis, which is recognized as one of the most important avian habitats in California by the Audubon Society, is home to Cottonwood and Willow Riparian.

The Big Morongo Canyon has numerous trails for hikers to enjoy. The Preserve is open every day from 7:30 in the morning until around 6 PM. The place is friendly for physically-disabled guests since there is a wheelchair-accessible boardwalk through the marsh and riparian habitats. Travelers can find shelter at the town of Morongo Valley after long and tiring hike.

The Big Morongo Canyon is situated just 15 miles north of Palm Springs. At night after a long journey of hiking, guests can treat themselves to the relaxing atmosphere of Palm Spring’s Spa Resort Casino. It is a small, but lovely casino that exudes elegance at every corner. The place has very stylish interiors, clean toilets, and has a pretty good buffet that offers Spanish, Mexican, and American food. Complimentary drinks are served to casino guests.

Spa Resorts Casino is locally known for its nice and modern set of slot machines. Tired hikers who enjoy the comforting sound of the clinking of coins will enjoy a wide variety of slots in the establishment. Some games being offered in the casino have cartoonish and animated themes, which are reminiscent of the slot machines that one can play at casinos in Germany. InterCasino – the world’s first online casino website – has a similar set of slots that emit cartoonish and animated themes, which was probably used as basis in the creation of today’s modern slot games.

Anyway, if you want to trek a place that has 8 miles of trails along with picnic grounds and parking, look no further than Big Morongo Canyon. For more information on the schedule of trail hikes, you may visit the canyon’s official website.

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