A panorama from the top of a peak near Keys View, which at 5,575 feet is the highest point in Joshua Tree National Park. The summit is reached by a 20 minute walk from the parking area at the end of the Keys View road, and overlooks many square miles of the park to the north and east. In the other direction and 4,500 feet lower stretches the flat Coachella Valley, where the distant suburbs of Palm Springs are just about visible.
To navigate in a panorama, use the mouse to click and drag the picture left or right, or the keyboard arrow keys. Press the Shift key to zoom in or the Control key to zoom out.
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