The Springs at Borrego RV Resort and Golf Course
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... but hey... It's water. We sat there for a bit cooling off and recovering from our boulder scramble and then set off to return to the car. It took us 4 hours to complete that hike. The Flats decided to stay back at the B&B today since the temperatures were in the mid 90s....pretty hot for this time of the year. They were hanging out by the "clothing optional" pool so no pictures were taken. Cris ...
We headed north towards the eastern side of the park to head to another popular trail called the Slot. The Slot is named because it is a slot canyon carved out of the densely packed sediment by running waters from a flash flood. The Slot is a very short trail - a mere 1 mile out and back but it is an interesting trail in that at the most narrow point of the slot, ...
After a great sleep it was time to wake up. This is a photograph John took about one hour before sunrse. It is from the main office patio looking back towards our room at the BVI. Sunday's activities will be modified since we found out yesterday from the park ranger that the trail we were going to attempt (Domelands and Wind Caves) has a very sand road and not suitable for cars that are not 4 wheel drive and high ...
... had to go the long way round over the top! Correction, Alan insists that should be “more muscular” hikers... After 2 hours we stopped for our picnic and then, encouraged/shamed by two “seniors” with walking poles we pushed on up to the waterfall. Another 2-hour to schlep back down again by which time it was seriously hot. We felt like extras from the “High Chaparral” (that’s a ...
... a fantastic experience. Walking through the acres of cactuses and tall ocotillo shrubs with their scarlet flowers, we went deeper and deeper into the canyon. After a couple of hours we reached the palm oasis which has grown up around a mountain spring. Apparently there are flash floods here in the summer when the temperature gets up to around 52 degrees C! Not quite that hot for us but well over 30 which ...