Bump and Grind Trail

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Bump and Grind Trail is a 3.4 mile out and back trail located near Palm Desert, California and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round.

The access point for this trail is located on Painters Path behind the Target store in Palm Desert. The City of Rancho Mirage is restricting entrance to the Bump and Grind from the other older trailheads located in residential areas, so do not use them.

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The trail map listed on this site is not Bump and Grind. It is the Mike Schuler Trail, Bump and Grind, parts of Herb Jefferies Trail, and parts of Hopalong Cassidy.

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I love this place great work out but in the morning it gets really packed thats why i always go at 5 in the morning

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It was a very good workout but it is so crowded it really takes away from the hike. I will never go back unless it's raining or night time...... Maybe then it will be ok. I thought I was at Disneyland. Wtf?

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Great daily hike.

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It's definitely an exercise trail. Only do this trail if you need to work out. It's a popular trail.

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For new bikers to trail I would suggest a helmet and taking it a little slow the first time.

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Super busy, but challenging with awesome scenery!

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I tend to mention the Bump N' Grind whenever a hiking day is being discussed. It is one of the few Free trails in the Desert that can definitely bring a good workout along with the beautiful scenic overview. There is also a vast beautiful trail that has become restricted due to the protection of Big Horn Sheep, but that normally doesn't stop people from exploring.

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Great hike for a workout. My wife and I do this trail about 3 times a week. To protect the 'Big Horn Sheep' (which nobody has every seen near the trail), no pets are allowed. It's a very lame excuse. Though, it makes me wonder what would happen if my pet was a Big Horn Sheep....

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