Anza-Borrego Desert State Park: Hike- Elephant Safari
Park: Anza-Borrego Desert SP
The Elephant Tree, which is common south of the border, is rarely found in the U.S. The largest “herd” resides in Alma Wash in Anza-Borrego. Come joint Volunteer Naturalist Ted Caragozian for a moderate, somewhat rocky, 3-mile ramble to observe the Elephant Tree in its natural alluvial-fan habitat. Meet at the Elephant Trees Trail parking off Split Mountain Road. Participants in lowclearance vehicles can park below the trailhead and walk the rest of the way up the one-mile dirt road, This three-hour hike begins at 9am.
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