Feed Your Adventure

Craving outdoor adventure and alfresco eats? With the Trailicious Pass, we’ve made it easy to plan a day in our sunny Southern California oasis.

HIKE
With hundreds of miles of hiking, biking, and horseback riding paths, Greater Palm Springs is a haven for hungry thrill-seekers. The Trailicious Pass features over 30 trails and helps you find one based on experience level or location. Sign up to learn more about each of our hikes and see suggestions for nearby public art installations!

DINE
We’ve loaded the pass with tasty discounts, deals, and specials from Greater Palm Springs restaurants. Pick up a snack, pack a takeout picnic, or refuel after your hike by dining alfresco on one of our perfect patios.

WIN
The sweetest part? Check in to your hike or redeem one of the special restaurant deals featured on the pass for a chance to win a $50 gift card from a Greater Palm Springs eatery!

Trailicious Pass

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Free

How this Pass Works

Step 1 - Get Your Pass

This mobile exclusive passport is a collection of hiking trails and outdoor art installations, with special deals and discounts from participating restaurants to redeem during your visit.

Step 2 - Receive Text

Your passport will be instantly delivered to your phone via text and email and is ready to use immediately! There is no app to download. Your pass can be saved to your phone’s home screen for easy one-tap access.

Step 3 - Redeem

When visiting a participating restaurant, simply present your phone to a staff member to redeem available discounts. To check in to a hike, simply click “Check In” when you’re within .50 miles of the trail head.

Included Hikes

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Ancient Lake Cahuilla
Greater Palm Springs’ reputation as an oasis stretches back thousands of years, and hikers can see remnants of the area’s ancient past on this scenic excursion through the Southern Santa Rosa Mountains. The Ancient Lake Cahuilla Overlook is exactly that — a panoramic view of what was once a...
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Andreas Canyon
The contrasting greens of the magnificent fan palms and more than 150 species of plants within a half-mile radius beckon the desert-weary traveler to this lush oasis. A scenic foot trail leads through the canyon passing groves of stately skirted palms, unusual rock formations and the perennial...
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Araby Trailhead
Fitness fiends, nature lovers, and architecture buffs alike enjoy exploring Araby Trail. The 3.3-mile round-trip hike climbs into the Northern Santa Rosa Mountains, crossing into part of the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument. With little to no shade overhead and a sharp...
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Bear Creek Nature Trail
For a family-friendly outing or a little alfresco aerobics, head to La Quinta and set out on the Bear Creek Nature Trail, a paved pathway that stretches 4.8 miles along the base of the Southern Santa Rosa Mountains and meanders through a protected nature preserve. Natural beauty beckons in all...
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Bighorn Overlook To Jack Rabbit Trail
This moderate, 0.9-mile loop trail —perfect for families and hikers with their four-legged friends — winds along the lower elevations of the Santa Rosa Mountains. Though it's considered an "in town" trail, the route seems a world away from the luxe ambiance of Rancho Mirage, not only immersing...
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Boo Hoff Loop
The Boo Hoff Loop Trail begins in La Quinta Cove and winds for 12.1 miles through Santa Rosa Mountain wilderness, where yellow and purple wildflowers, stunning rock features, and spindly ocotillo create a breathtaking backdrop.
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Boo Hoff Panorama
The Boo Hoff Panorama leads hikers away from the quaint streets of La Quinta and into the wilderness of the Santa Rosa Mountains, where fields of yellow and purple wildflowers blanket the mountainside, bighorn sheep peak out from rocky crevices, and spindly cholla cacti dot the sandy landscape....
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Bump & Grind Loop
Wellness and natural wonder go hand in hand in Greater Palm Springs — so it's no surprise that the Bump & Grind Loop, a moderate 3-mile hike that scales the Northern Santa Rosa Mountains, is one of the destination's most popular outings for those with exercise on the mind. On any given day,...
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Bump & Grind Loop (Seasonal)
Feel the burn on this seasonal variation of the Bump & Grind Trail, one of Greater Palm Springs’ most popular outings for those with exercise on the mind. Hikers, runners, and even cyclists frequent the main 3-mile loop trail, which traverses the Northern Santa Rosa Mountains in Palm Desert, but...
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Cathedral Canyon Trail
Greater Palm Springs entices all who visit to escape the daily cares of civilization and embrace the great outdoors — and with several trails departing directly from some of the neighborhoods, such as Cathedral Canyon Trail, reconnecting with nature is easier than ever.

Perched along the...
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Cove Oasis Loop
The Cove Oasis Loop, nestled at the base of the Southern Santa Rosa Mountains in La Quinta, is an easy, 1.8-mile stroll perfect for families and their four-legged friends. The mostly flat, gravel path (you’ll gain 161 feet total) begins at the top of the levee, a few steps into the Cove Oasis, a...
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Cove To Lake Trail
The Cove to Lake Trail departs from the La Quinta Cove Oasis and leads hikers through an enchanting landscape of mountain, water, and sky.

Springtime treats travelers to a host of beautiful wildflowers speckling the mountainside, and some hikers are even lucky enough to spot bighorn sheep...
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Desert View Loop
For a fun family outing in the great outdoors, venture to the top of the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, one of the most popular attractions in Greater Palm Springs, and embark on the easy Desert View Loop Trail. The mostly flat 1.7-mile path meanders through the pristine pine forests of Mount San...
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Ed Hastey Loop
Discover the diverse flora and fauna of the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument on the easy yet enchanting Ed Hastey Loop. The mostly flat path, which is wheelchair-accessible and perfect for all ages (as well as hikers with pups), begins at the national monument’s visitor...
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Edgehill Trail
If you’re new to hiking, or simply want to enjoy an easy stroll in the open air with the pup, start with the Edgehill Trail in Palm Desert. Spanning less than a mile, the one-way walk begins at the intersection of Painter’s Path and Edgehill Drive, next to the Desert Crossing shopping center....
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Hopalong Cassidy Through Hike
Named after the fictional cowboy character Hopalong Cassidy (who was portrayed by actor and Palm Desert resident William Boyd in the 1930s and ’40s), this 9.6-mile one-way path tackles some of the tougher climbs in the Palm Desert trail system. The 3,082-foot elevation gain challenges even...
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Indio Hills Trail
A scenic 5-mile loop showing various faces of the desert and rare vistas of the surrounding mountains. The trailhead is adjacent to the Coachella Valley Canal and future site of Indio’s Posse Park. The trail winds through canyons and leads up to the crest of the mud hills that feature rare views...
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Kim Nicol Loop
The Kim Nicol Loop, named after Kim Nicol, who dedicated her life to protecting endangered species and open spaces in Greater Palm Springs, is one of the region’s newest hiking trails — and offers some of the most breathtaking views, with snowcapped mountains, spinning windmills, and wide-open...
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Long Valley Discovery Loop
With more than 50 miles of hiking trails, Mount San Jacinto State Park is the perfect starting point for discovering Greater Palm Springs’ diverse wildlife and landscape. The Long Valley Discovery Loop, also known as the Discover Nature Trail, is an easy 1-mile loop path that introduces hikers to...
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Murray Canyon
Murray Canyon is an easy to moderate hike south from Andreas Canyon. Foot and equestrian trails take visitors to beautiful recreation areas featuring many palm trees. Fortunate visitors may catch a glimpse of a Peninsular Big Horn Sheep (an endangered species), mule deer or other wild animals...
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Murray Hill
Get a birds-eye view (and prime photos!) of Greater Palm Springs from the top of Murray Hill, a pyramid-shaped peak that protrudes from the Northern Santa Rosa Mountains in Palm Springs. Named after the Scottish rancher Welwood Murray, who founded the Palm Springs Hotel in 1887, the climb promises...
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Museum Trail
The Museum Trail in Palm Springs may only be 1.7 miles out-and-back and climb less than 1,000 feet, but this hard, uphill hike tests even experienced explorers with its steep incline and rocky ground (thus the strict no-dog, no-bike, and no-horse policy).

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North Lykken
The North Lykken Trail in Palm Springs follows the same route as the North Lykken Loop but offers a shorter, out-and-back sojourn.

Stop and soak in the sweeping views of Greater Palm Springs — from the palm tree lined streets of downtown, to the emerald green fairways of the O’Donnell...
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North Lykken - Palm Springs Loop
The North Lykken Loop Trail combines fitness with phenomenal views of Greater Palm Springs. The 3.6-mile round-trip hike begins at the end of Ramon Road in Palm Springs (where hikers are welcome to park in an unpaved lot) and climbs more than 1,140 feet up a secluded canyon.

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Palm Canyon
This trail is anywhere from 1/2 mile to 15 miles in length and good for all skill levels. You will be treated to abundant groves of Palm Trees and other desert vegetation, as well as many different types of desert wildlife. Some of the favorite destinations in Palm Canyon include Lost Paradise and Bullseye Rock.
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Randall Henderson Canyon Loop
For the perfect blend of distance, difficulty, and dramatic mountain backdrop, embark on the Randall Henderson Canyon Loop, a moderate 2.5-mile trail that traverses the sandy washes and canyons of the lower Santa Rosa Mountains. The main Randall Henderson Trailhead, located off Highway 74 near the...
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Randall Henderson Cholla Loop
From the main Randall Henderson Trailhead, located off Highway 74 near the visitor center for the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument, hikers encounter a trio of exhilarating and awe-inspiring hikes. The Randall Henderson Cholla Loop, the middle route, traverses 1.8 miles through...
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Randall Henderson Wash Loop
The Randall Henderson Wash Loop, the shortest of three hikes that depart from the main Randall Henderson Trailhead off Highway 74, immerses hikers in the breathtaking natural beauty of the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument, which encompasses more than 280,000 acres across...
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Round Valley Loop
Let the backdrop of the San Jacinto Mountains inspire you while taking the Round Valley Loop Trail, a moderate 4.5-mile jaunt through Mount San Jacinto State Park. Featuring thickets of oaks and pines and views of the picturesque Round Valley, as well as short climbs that can be somewhat strenuous...
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Skyline Trail To 4000 Feet
Even experienced hikers break a sweat on the Skyline Trail, part of the infamous yet insanely rewarding Cactus to Clouds trek that climbs more than 10,000 feet (the greatest elevation gain of any trail in the United States) from the city of Palm Springs to San Jacinto Peak.
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South Lykken Trail
Fitness fanatics and outdoor enthusiasts alike enjoy South Lykken Trail in Palm Springs for its moderate yet steep switchbacks and spectacular. Even the mountainside is its own natural masterpiece; purple and yellow wildflowers blanket the cliffs in the wet season (November through April), spindly...
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Tahquitz Canyon
Tahquitz Canyon is an oasis of healing, outdoor adventure and natural wonder.
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The Cross
The Cross in Palm Desert has become a local landmark. Hikers, bikers, and their leashed pups make the 2.2-mile trek through the lower reaches of the Santa Rosa Mountains for Instagram-worthy pics with a giant lit-up cross, which can be seen for miles when illuminating the night sky.

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The Cross Loop
The Cross Loop Trail in Palm Desert has become a local landmark. Hikers, bikers, and their leashed pups make the 2.7-mile trek through the lower reaches of the Santa Rosa Mountains for Instagram-worthy pics with a giant lit-up cross, which can be seen for miles when illuminating the night sky....
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The Living Desert Wilderness Loop
Hikers of all levels can choose one of three trails of varying degrees to enjoy nature and the beauty of the outdoors. The Discovery Loop is a brief, quarter-mile interlude, while the Adventure Loop rambles for a mile through desert wash habitat and across a rocky bajada. The Wilderness Loop offers...
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Victor Trail
This trail loop combination (Victor Trail/Palm Canyon Trail) offers fantastic views of the Indian Canyons. You will see steep canyons, spindly cacti, lush palm tree oases and the beautiful San Jacinto Mountains. The path is rugged along the way with a loose, rocky feel.