Overwhelming. Magnificent. Breath-taking. You'll see some of the most diverse geologic formations in the park. Sheer rock walls, layers of salt crystals, and plenty of nooks for climbing and exploring. Pour some water onto the limestone walls and watch the color come out. Don't forget to take a guide brochure.
WARNING: Do not visit Death Valley in the summer. There's no reason to endure the inconceivably-hot temperatures. You will not enjoy the expansive, breathtaking Death Valley National Park sights if you're fighting to survive unimaginable temperatures.
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