Strange weather comes with no surprise if you live in California. The usual blazing hot winter days or random rainfalls are expected, especially in Los Angeles. Anything below 70 degrees is concerning to our mental health and wellbeing, bringing havoc to our light spring and summer wardrobes. Every winter season just two hours east of Los Angeles on the 60 freeway, falls a fluffy blanket of snow upon the desert mountains and trees of Joshua Tree National Park. We quickly traded our boho hats for beanies and hit the 60 towards Joshua Tree!
Throughout a two week span of snowfall in Joshua Tree attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors for some unconventional snowflake selfies. The entirety of the park is not lucky enough to experience snow though. We entered through the west entrance off of Highway 62, which is where the City of Joshua Tree is located. The landscape was breathtaking, not because it was cold, but witnessing snow in the desert is surely a sight to see. Keep your eyes peeled on Joshua Tree this season for another miracle snowfall!