July 25, 2012
-- When you plan to trip to one of the most amazing travel destinations in the Coachella Valley in California, you are sure to have a wonderful time here while trying around many of the special things happening in Palm Springs. Golfers can enjoy visiting the Golf course as the desert is the Golfers Paradise. Additionally, you can have a memorable time at the Tennis Stadium in Indian Wells, McCallum Performing Arts Theater in Palm Desert or visit the world famous Desert Museum. Other activities in the desert city includes a visit to the Aerial Tramway, Living Desert Animal Preserve, Children's Discovery Museum, or participate at the Art of Food And Wine Festival, and the El Paseo Shopping District in Palm Desert.
It is reported that about 3.5 million visitors come to visit Palm Springs each year, mostly in the cooler months of October through April. Travelers come to the desert city to play golf and tennis and take pleasure in the desert climate of the Coachella Valley. At the desert oasis one of the pleasurable activities is hiking. It is one of the most sought after activity among the other outdoor activities in the Coachella Valley in the desert city and nearby areas. However, it is recommended to choose a proper hiking trail. Hiking any trail on the valley floor during the summer season time of the year can be dangerous. Hiking during the hot time of day, always equipped with the correct apparatus and lots and lots of water proves to be beneficial.
The Araby trail is a hiking trail in Palm Springs that can be accessed either at the entrance to the Rimcrest / Southridge development or via the Berns, Henderson and Garstin Trails. This trail gives the Hiker to enjoy immense views of the Coachella Valley. It is a fairly easy hike from the start at the Rimcrest/Southridge gate to Bob Hope's house. Similar to any of the other trails in the area, even in mild temperature conditions you need to carry plenty of water. Hiking includes participants who are considered to have assumed responsibility for their own actions and safety and be prepared for and seek advice on weather and trail conditions.
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