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Join local writer and desert aficionado Jenna Blough for an unforgettable experience. With her unique perspective and advice you can trust, Moon Joshua Tree & Palm Springs has everything you need to know to have a more personal and memorable experience.
Moon Joshua Tree & Palm Springs has something for every traveler. From the relaxing resort town of Palm Springs to the rugged and pristine desert of Joshua Tree National Park, Moon Joshua Tree & Palm Springs is your go-to guide for getting to most out of your trip. Climb the twisted rocks of Joshua Tree and camp out far from any light pollution for unparalleled stargazing opportunities, or explore the Old Hollywood style and modern amenities of Palm Springs, from spas and art galleries to world class music festivals.
With 46 expertly crafted maps and gorgeous photos, this full-color guidebook gives you the tools you need to have an immersive and unique experience.
Moon Joshua Tree & Palm Springs includes areas such as: Downtown Palm Springs Cochella Valley Desert Hot Springs Joshua Tree National Park 29 Palms Yucca Valley
Find the Moon guide that best suits your trip! Spending more time in the area? Check out Moon California. Looking for more outdoor adventure? Try Moon Death Valley National Park.
Jenna Blough grew up on the edge of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains, where she was allowed to run wild, instilling a love of the outdoors early on. After her parents dragged her and her sister on a cross-country road trip of epic proportionsvisiting American classics like Wall Drug in South Dakota, Mesa Verde in Colorado, and the Petrified Forest in Arizonashe developed an equal appreciation for Wild West roadside attractions, historic sites, and wilderness.
Jenna eventually found the California desert to be her geographic soul mate. Drawn by the austere beauty of Death Valley, she is fascinated by its cultural history, ghost towns, native sites, and the Mojave’s shifting landscape.
Jenna received an undergraduate degree in cultural anthropology, an MA in English literature, and an MFA in writing.Moon Death Valley is her first travel book. When she’s not living out of a tent, Jenna resides in Los Angeles with her husband Ryan Jones. Visit her blog at whentheroadends.com.