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Murray Canyon Professional Review and Guide
"Murray Canyon is named for the Scottish rancher, Welwood Murray, who founded the Palm Springs Hotel in 1887 and brought attention to the area as a spa and resort. The canyon cuts a groove down the rugged eastern slope of the Desert Divide. The trail ends at the Seven Sisters, a series of stone pools with a 12-foot waterfall. Murray Creek runs through the winter and spring. The trail crosses the creek a dozen times and the rocks can be slippery so a trekking pole is helpful; this trip is not recommended for those unsure of their balance. Murray Canyon is one of our favorite hikes of its length in the area. The falls are a great destination for a picnic, but don’t expect to find solitude on this popular trail."
--David & Jennifer Money Harris, Afoot and Afield: Inland Empire (Wilderness Press).
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