Trip length: 4 days, Total distance: 428mi/689km
FURNACE CREEK Start at Death Valley National Park’s excellent visitor center and museum. Head out to hike sand dunes or take a guided tour of ultra-odd Scotty’s Castle. INFO Death Valley National Park
BADWATER (21mi/33km). Pose for pictures next to the sign marking 282 feet below sea level, then explore the sparkling salt flats. INFO Death Valley National Park
JOSHUA TREE NP (5mi/8km). Scramble around on this national park’s dramatic monzogranite formations, or take lessons (kids welcome) with Joshua Tree Rock Climbing School. INFO Joshua Tree National Park
PALM SPRINGS (23mi/37km). Climb to pine-topped peaks aboard Palm Springs Aerial Tramway. See vintage WWII planes at Palm Springs Air Museum and desert animals from around the globe at The Living Desert. INFO Palm Springs Convention & Visitors Bureau
LA QUINTA (25mi/40km). Shop or spa at legendary La Quinta Resort; golfers can take on the PGA West Stadium Course, one of the nation’s toughest public courses. INFO Palm Springs Convention & Visitors Bureau
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