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By Sheri McGregor

Anza Borrego wasteland kingdom Park is the biggest wasteland park within the usa, drawing nearly 650,000 viewers in step with yr. Combining distinct narrative with GPS-based path maps, Day and in a single day Hikes: Anza-Borrego barren region kingdom Park breaks down the simplest of the simplest hikes, either day and in a single day. even if it is the top view over Culp Valley, a stroll via Hellhole Canyon, or a flat stroll via hills and dales close to the Salton Sea, Day and in a single day Hikes is the definitive go-to consultant to benefit from the biggest barren region park within the usa, simply an hour's force from San Diego.

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ALWAYS CARRY FOOD AND WATER, whether you are planning an overnight trip or not. Food will give you energy, help keep you warm, and sustain you in an emergency situation until help arrives. You never know if you will have a stream nearby when you become thirsty. Bring potable water, or boil/filter water before drinking it from a stream. WEAR STURDY SHOES, along with a hat and plenty of sunscreen. NEVER HIKE ALONE—take a buddy with you out on the trails. TELL SOMEONE WHERE YOU’RE GOING and when you’ll be back (be as specific as possible), and ask him or her to get help if you don’t return in a reasonable amount of time.

When hiking through woody areas, be careful not to hook your pack or clothing on a stray limb. Getting “hooked” can throw you off balance and cause injury. KNOW THE SYMPTOMS OF HEAT-RELATED EMERGENCIES, and prevent dehydration (drink water even before you are thirsty). There are three heat emergencies you should be aware of and know how to handle: Heat cramps—painful cramps in the leg and abdomen, along with excessive sweating and feeling faint. Caused by the body’s loss of too much salt, heat cramps must be handled by getting to a cool place and sipping water or an electrolyte solution.

6 miles to CA 79. 6 miles to CR22–Montezuma Valley Road (commonly called the Montezuma Highway). Turn left. Drive approximately 14 miles to the trailhead on the left, which sits almost 1 mile above the Visitor Center.

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