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The total driving distance from Los Angeles, CA to Palm Springs, CA is 107 miles or 172 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Los Angeles, California. It ends in Palm Springs, California.
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Palm Springs is located at the foot of Mount Jacinto, the second highest mountain range in Southern California. It receives 354 days of sunshine with winter temperatures in the mid-70s.
Besides activities like golf, spas and hot springs, we recommend a visit to the surrounding areas of Palm Springs. The Palm Springs Aerial Tramway is the World’s Largest Rotating Tramcar. The tram takes you from Valley Station to Mountain Station on the edge of the wilderness where you can stop at the state park visitor center, restaurant and gift shop.
During warmer days you can hike, camp or enjoy guided nature walks. In winter the area is alive with cross-country skiers and snow camping.
If you are there during the weekend, head over to the Certified Farmers Market between 8 am to 12:30 pm. Mingle with the farmers and locals while learning more about local cheese, bread, eggs, olive and olive oils, plants, honey and local cuisine.
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