BorregoHiking.com: Hiking Trails - Anza Borrego



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Complete map This map shows all hikes in the and around the Anza Borrego Desert.
 
Coyote canyon Coyote canyon north of Borrego Springs.
Follow Di Gorgio Rd.
Coyote creek, Ocotillo flat, Collins valley, Galletta meadows.
 
Clark valley north/east of Borrego Springs.
Clark dry lake, Rockhouse canyon, Jackass flat.
 
North of Hwy S22, east of Borrego Springs.
Follow the S22 East, Borrego Salton Seaway.
Hikes are north of the road.
 
Between the S22 East, Borrego Salton Seaway.
and Highway 78 East.
Borrego Badlands, Borrego Mountains, Arroyo Salado.
 
South of the Christmas Circle in Borrego Springs.
South and West of the S3.
The S3 leads up to the Yaqui Pass.
Yaqui Meadows, Yaqui Ridge.
 
West of Borrego springs.
Winding up the Montezuma Hwy up to Ranchita and further.
 
South west of Borrego springs.
Grapevine Canyon lies north of Hwy 78 and south of the S22.
 
South of Hwy 78
 
South of Ocotillo Wells, take the Split Mountain Rd.
Follow the Fish Creek Wash (high clearance and/or AWD)
 
South of scissors crossing along the S2.
Including the Vallecito County Park.
 
South of the Vallecito County Park.
Up to the Carrizo Creek.
 
South of the Carrizo Creek.
Up to Sweeny Pass and Ocotillo.
 
North west part of the park.
This area is in or just outside the park boundary.
It's covered with denser vegetation, so hiking is mostly limited to established trails.
 
Complete map This map shows all dirt roads in the and around the Anza Borrego Desert.