Tubb Canyon Trail Topo Map

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Big Spring in a tributary of Tubb Canyon (“Tub” Canyon on some maps) is one of the more reliable water producers in the Anza-Borrego Desert. As such, it is an important watering hole for local wildlife. Tracks on the sandy pathways leading to the spring show evidence of visits by coyotes, mountain lions, and bighorn sheep. Unknown to most park visitors, this isolated spring is actually easy to reach on foot. At the spring, the water gushes through tall thickets of seep-willow and thorny tangles of catclaw and mesquite—making it hard to reach the water with one’s hide intact. A few small willows and cottonwoods raise their crowns above it all. Enhancing the scene is the massive presence of Pinyon Ridge, rising to the south.
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Borrego Springs, California

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