Driving Through Joshua Tree Nationalpark
Joshua Tree National Park - Drive Through Version
a day trip throughout the Northern part of the Park
I’m not exaggerating when I say that ever since I heard about a piece of desert called Joshua Tree, I wanted to go. It just seemed like a place in the middle of nothing to me for a long time, before I went on a trip to a city that was in fact located close to the National Park.
There is really no shortage of the Joshua trees, that give the park its name. They are not even actual trees, but agave plants. It is really fun driving through the desert fort a while, with nothing in sight but the road and the trees.
Besides the trees, the desert is famous for its rock formations, and there are plenty of picturesque stones to admire, hike on, or even camp under.
Skull Rock is one of the more famous rocks, with a shape that some might find similar to a human skull.