Omni Rancho Las Palmas Resort & Spa
41000 Bob Hope Drive
Rancho Mirage, California 92270

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Indian Canyons at Palm Springs

Palm Springs Indian Canyons

Beautiful canyons and scenic views

The Indian Canyons are great place to go hiking and enjoy the beautiful Palm Springs area. With four different canyons, ranging in size, there are multiple destinations to suit what you’re looking for. The Palm Canyon is fifteen miles long that winds down into the canyon for a walk near the stream. The Tahquitz Canyon is home to a 60 foot waterfall and ancient artifacts. The Murray Canyon is an easy hike with foot trails and recreational spots along the way. And the Andreas Canyon is a lush oasis with unique rock formations and scenic views.

Things to Know Before You Go

  • The Indian Canyons are located at 38500 South Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, CA 92264.
  • The park is open daily 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. October through June and is open Friday – Sunday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. July through September.
  • Admission is $9 for adults (ages 12 & up) and $5 for children (ages 6 – 12).
  • Ranger led hikes are available at an additional charge of $3 for adults and $2 for children. 

Learn more about the canyons.

Touch of Bliss Spa Package

Guests who book this package receive:

  • Luxurious accommodations
  • One 50-minute spa treatment per stay (approximately $135 value)
    - Treatments include massages, facials, scrubs and wraps* 

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Splashtopia

Cool off at our popular Splashtopia water park featuring a cliff-side Jacuzzi, sandy beach and lazy river.

Golf at Omni Rancho Las Palmas Resort

Palm Springs Golf

Hit the links with incredible mountain views on our 27-hole Ted Robinson-designed golf course.

Palm Springs Aerial Tramway

Aerial Tramway

Take in every angle of the Coachella Valley and Mount St. Jacinto from a tram car over 8,000 feet in the air.