Situated in transition between two elemental beauties of Colorado and Mojave deserts, Joshua Tree National Park amounts to a 794,000-acre playground. Adrenalin sports for the bold with mountain bikes and 4-wheel-drive vehicles available at back country roads of Berdoo Canyon and Old Dale Road, allowed with respect to the park's rules. Boasting more than 8000 climbing routes with cool rock labyrinths, the space is hot for these type of activities for both beginners and advanced climbers. Birdwatchers meet at Cottonwood Springs holding for a sight of Greater Roadrunner, Phainopepla or a Mockingbird. Visiting in March or April a Wildflower bloom joins in for a spectacular photo moment. Desert oases with natural springs await to be discovered by hikers and all who stumbles upon them on their way for a giggle and a gaze at Black Rock Canyon, home to mystical Joshua trees and funny Cholla Cacti. Best hiking trails are also found here. Supreme panoramic views of this palette of shapes and sizes you can catch at Keys Viewpoint. Brightest days follow the darkest nights creating a perfect scene for stargazing at Milky Way on the sky.