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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Death Valley is a very unique place. We only saw the major highlights which were near to each other such as Dante’s view, badwater, devil’s golf course etc as one day was not enough to cover all the sights. Interesting geology and scenery.

Date of experience: September 2019
Thank Luxetravel23
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The vast view of the death valley is very interesting because of the climate unicness and extrim measures of temperatores.

Date of experience: September 2019
Thank Malcolmle
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We drove through DV on 05/05 on our way from San Diego to Reno. We drove through Searles Valley and caught the 190 at Panamint Sprints, then turned off onto the 374 to Beatty. Admission is self-policed. We utilized our Golden Access pass so admission was free, but please stop and pay if required. It helps to maintain our National Parklands. It took us about 2 hours to drive through with a quick stop at Stovepipe Wells. The scenery is breathtaking. Will definitely come back and spend more time in this barren and vast NP.

Date of experience: May 2019
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Mid afternoon and in the height of summer may not be the best time to visit the National Park from a heat perspective but it was stunning and breathtaking. It was estimated to make it to 123 degrees (50 degrees centigrade) and we were out in it when it was 120 degrees. It felt like the hairs on the back of my legs were singing off.

It is marked as the hottest place on earth and it certainly lived up to it. We drive for the best part of the Valley and stopped off 3 times, once at a viewing point, once at the information centre and once at Badwater Basin which is the lowest point in North America. There are plenty of warnings to remain hydrated and stay cool wherever possible. There are also signs arising not to walk on the slat flats after 10am due to the heat - all of which people seemed to be ignoring.

For a quick (day trip ) go to to the Artist's Palette and Zabriskie Point to take in the reviews and rock structures. Photos do not necessarily do this justice.

A bucket list item ticked off!

Date of experience: August 2019
Thank ywurry
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Absolutely stunning. Try to hit all of the major viewing stations. It will take you a minimum of 3 hours and involve a lot of driving but well worth it. You are supposed to pay but that appears to be a challenge in itself. Thus you can visit without paying. I even had a lifetime parks card but could not figure out how to use it.

Date of experience: September 2019
Thank fssutton1
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