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Death Valley National Park - Outdoors

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Ranked #1 of 35 Outdoors in Death Valley National Park
Category: Lookouts; Outdoors
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Ranked #2 of 35 Outdoors in Death Valley National Park
Category: Geologic Formations; Outdoors
A dramatic look-out point in Death Valley.
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Titus Canyon (Death Valley Junction)
Ranked #3 of 35 Outdoors in Death Valley National Park
Category: Canyons; Caverns/ Caves; Outdoors
Perhaps the most memorable thing about this Death Valley canyon is the trip you'll take to it.
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Ranked #4 of 35 Outdoors in Death Valley National Park
Category: Scenic Drives; Outdoors
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Ranked #5 of 35 Outdoors in Death Valley National Park
Category: Bodies of Water; Outdoors
Owner description: Located in Death Valley, this small salt pond is more than 280 feet below sea level, making it the lowest point in North... more » Owner description: Located in Death Valley, this small salt pond is more than 280 feet below sea level, making it the lowest point in North America. « less
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Ranked #6 of 35 Outdoors in Death Valley National Park
Category: Geologic Formations; Outdoors
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Ubehebe Crater (Death Valley Junction)
Ranked #7 of 35 Outdoors in Death Valley National Park
Category: Geologic Formations; Outdoors
Ubehebe and its little brother (a smaller crater) winningly tempt hikers down their steep and colorful slopes.
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The Racetrack (Death Valley Junction)
Ranked #8 of 35 Outdoors in Death Valley National Park
Category: Deserts; Geologic Formations; National Parks; Outdoors
Unusual desert area where rocks move from place to place, but the actual movements have never been observed by humans.
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Golden Canyon (Death Valley Junction)
Ranked #9 of 35 Outdoors in Death Valley National Park
Category: Canyons; Outdoors
These fan-shaped mountains created by the deposits of millions of years of flash floods are a good place for day hikes.
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Ranked #10 of 35 Outdoors in Death Valley National Park
Category: Canyons; Outdoors
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Ranked #11 of 35 Outdoors in Death Valley National Park
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Twenty Mule Team Canyon (Death Valley Junction)
Ranked #12 of 35 Outdoors in Death Valley National Park
Category: Canyons; Outdoors
A tortuous 2.8 mile road riddled with tunnels - a legacy from years of Borax prospecting.
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Ranked #13 of 35 Outdoors in Death Valley National Park
Category: Mountains; Outdoors
Spectacularly rugged Death Valley mountains.
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Ranked #14 of 35 Outdoors in Death Valley National Park
Category: Geologic Formations; Outdoors
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Ranked #15 of 35 Outdoors in Death Valley National Park
Category: Geologic Formations; Outdoors
These dunes, the highest in the state, are located near Death Valley.
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Ranked #16 of 35 Outdoors in Death Valley National Park
Category: Lookouts; Outdoors
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Ranked #17 of 35 Outdoors in Death Valley National Park
Category: Waterfalls; Outdoors
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Ranked #18 of 35 Outdoors in Death Valley National Park
Category: Resort Communities; Outdoors
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Ranked #19 of 35 Outdoors in Death Valley National Park
Category: Canyons; Outdoors
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Ranked #20 of 35 Outdoors in Death Valley National Park
Category: Hiking Trails; Bodies of Water; Outdoors
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Ranked #21 of 35 Outdoors in Death Valley National Park
Category: Historic Sites; Outdoors
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Ranked #22 of 35 Outdoors in Death Valley National Park
Category: Ranchs; Outdoors
This ranch was the final hiding place for Charles Manson.
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Red Pass (Death Valley Junction)
Ranked #23 of 35 Outdoors in Death Valley National Park
Category: Trails; Outdoors
Owner description: Red Pass, snaking its way to Titus Canyon, is worth a look, and for more than the reddish hue of its rocks but for the... more » Owner description: Red Pass, snaking its way to Titus Canyon, is worth a look, and for more than the reddish hue of its rocks but for the panorama it reveals. « less
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Daylight Pass (Death Valley Junction)
Ranked #24 of 35 Outdoors in Death Valley National Park
Category: Trails; Outdoors
A moderately strenuous pass leading to Titus Canyon.
Ranked #25 of 35 Outdoors in Death Valley National Park
Category: Lookouts; Outdoors
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Hunter Mountain (Death Valley Junction)
Ranked #26 of 35 Outdoors in Death Valley National Park
Category: Mountains; Biking Trails; Outdoors
Lippincott Mine Road (Death Valley Junction)
Ranked #27 of 35 Outdoors in Death Valley National Park
Category: Off road/All Terrain Vehicle Trails; Outdoors
Owner description: Desolate, adventurous seven mile low range climb located in Death Valley National Park. Runs from Saline Valley to Racetrack... more » Owner description: Desolate, adventurous seven mile low range climb located in Death Valley National Park. Runs from Saline Valley to Racetrack Plaza. « less
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Ranked #28 of 35 Outdoors in Death Valley National Park
Category: Historic Sites; Outdoors
This stone cabin is available for public use and is just beyond the Russell Camp.
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Ranked #29 of 35 Outdoors in Death Valley National Park
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Ranked #30 of 35 Outdoors in Death Valley National Park
Category: Historic Sites; Mines; Outdoors
Last used in 1980 by the Pfizer Corporation, buildings and mining equipment remain behind.
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