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This is one of the classic spots in Death Valley, the scenery is striking, the hiking is amazing.
This is the desert it is hot and dry almost whenever you go. Ware a hat, dress to shield from the sun, wear good sturdy shoes. Don't...More
Stopped here to take in the views, there’s an area to park and a paved path up a slope to allow you to take full advantage of the spectacular scenery! We were there in August and it was so hot so do carry water. Worth...More
So far I understand why Death Valley calls Death Valley! This point is a stop with nice view. Don’t forget you hat and sunglasses. When I visited this place, it was super hot! Can’t imagine that something can survive in this valley durin the day...
The most beautiful view of the Death Valley. We went at sunrise with the whole family and it was a nice moment of calm/serenity even if still a lot of people everywhere despite the wee hours of the day.
Usually the only snow you'll find in Death Valley area are on the high peaks. Therefore, most of Death Valley roads are accessible during winter months. You will see dessert scenery with snow covered mountains. I highly... More
Usually the only snow you'll find in Death Valley area are on the high peaks. Therefore, most of Death Valley roads are accessible during winter months. You will see dessert scenery with snow covered mountains. I highly recommend staying at a hotel inside the park. We are in our 60's and stayed three nights at the Furnace Creek Ranch. Location was awesome! We did not hike, due to extreme heat during our June visit. Everything we visited was on paved roads and an easy walk to view point. Some of our favorite view points were Dante's View, Zabriskie Point, Badwater, Artist Drive, Ubehebe Crater (not to be missed, awesome!), Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes, Devil's Golf Course, Twenty Mule Team Canyon, Charcoal Kilns (beautiful ride and last 2 miles are on dirt road. No problems driving our car on the dirt road. Don't miss this, the scenery is spectacular). BEWARE - if you plan to visit Racetrace you'll have to rent a jeep near Furnace Creek Ranch. You will not make it with regular car and tires. We did not visit Racetrace.