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High View Nature Trail, Joshua Tree National Park, California, USA
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The last of the snow melts on the distant San Bernadino mountains as seen from the High View nature trail in Joshua Tree National Park.  The trail begins at the Black Rock Canyon campground and loops around the surrounding ridges of the little San Bernadino mountains, providing views of Yucca Valley to the north and the campground and Black Canyon to the south and southwest.

Copyright: John roberts
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Geüpload: 30/05/2012
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Tags: desert; outdoors; nature; public lands; national park
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