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Death Valley Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia


Death Valley Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

Death Valley - Despite the ominous name this destination is very much alive and quite literally the hottest travel destination in the USA.

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If you’re thinking #DeathValley is little more than 5,000 square-miles of badlands all strung together with a whole lotta nothing in between, think again! Straddling the California-Nevada border, Death Valley is one of America’s great #vacation destinations. This is an American #roadtrip like no other, where each twist and turn throws up a new surprise.

Studded with many abandoned mines and crumbling ghost towns, Death Valley is the perfect place to blow the dust off America’s pioneering past. However, it’s the incredible diversity of the natural landscapes which really steals the show. From the lowest point in the USA to #mountains that rise over 11,000 feet, from vast salt pans to cool slot canyons, Death Valley is truly one of the world’s most breathtaking natural treasures.

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0:00 - Death Valley
1:21 - Beatty
2:31 - Father Crowley Vista Point
2:56 - Darwin Falls
3:21 - Panamint Springs
3:43 - Charcoal Kilns
4:00 - Eureka Mine
4:31 - Aguereberry Point
5:00 - Stovepipe Wells
5:54 - Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes
6:23 - Salt Creek Trail
6:41 - Mosaic Canyon
7:14 - Furnace Creek
8:37 - Zabriskie Point
9:01 - Artist’s Palette
9:27 - Devils Golf Course
9:47 - Badwater Basin
10:14 - Dante’s View
10:50 - Titus Canyon
11:17 - Lost Burro Mine
11:54 - The Racetrack (Racetrack Playa)
12:31 - Ubehebe Crater

Where To Go In DEATH VALLEY 6 Places To See In Death Valley National Park 2021 For Your First Visit

Where To Go In DEATH VALLEY | 6 Places To See In Death Valley National Park In 2021 For Your First Visit | This is a beginner's guide to what to see in Death Valley. These are some of the most popular things to do when visiting Death Valley National Park and we will be creating a list of more unique/remote things to see in Death Valley if there is interest for that too! This is the largest national park in California and has so much beauty and history to offer.

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Today we share these Death Valley travel tips, so that you can plan a trip to Death Valley with ease. This includes how to visit Death Valley from Las Vegas, the best time to visit Death Valley and how to get to Death Valley National Park. We also include tips for getting around Death Valley National Park, how to tour Death Valley and the best things to do in Death Valley.

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Situated in the USA, Death Valley derived its name during the gold rush that took place between 1848 and 1849, a time when hordes of pioneers journeyed to the west full of hope but where, in the seemingly never ending and merciless hot desert valleys, many frequently lost their cattle, their wagons and some even lost their lives. During the summer months the temperatures in Death Valley often exceed 45 degrees Celcius.A closer look confirms that Death Valley is an arid, desolate desert valley in which any visit should be treated with respect as the severe, unforgiving heat can prove fatal to those who travel unprepared. Badwater is the deepest point in the western hemisphere and is located 86 metres below sea level. The area that contains the so called ‘bad water’ is on the border of a wide salt lake of which the water content is tantamount to a small pool. In a wide valley close to Badwater in the region of the Panamint Mountains, there’s a further major attraction, The Devil´s Golf Course on which bizarre crystal formations cover large areas of a dried out ocean. Around 1000 A.D. the ancestors of the Shoshone Indians settled in this region, their largest village having been located at what is known today as Furnace Creek. One of the most famous and certainly most photographed areas in Death Valley is the hill range of Zabriskie Point, undoubtedly the most beautiful and spectacular observation point in the unique rock and desert landscape of South West California. Scotty´s Castle was the inspiration of two men from Chicago, an insurance millionaire named Albert Johnson and a legendary gold digger, Walter Scott. During the 1920s they built a magnificent hacienda that cost over 1.5 million dollars and today it provides an atmospheric impression of the realisation of an incredible dream. Even today, the timeless and breathtaking scenery of Death Valley continues to turn the famous myths and legends of the ‘Wild West’ into amazing reality.

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Top Things You NEED To See In Death Valley National Park

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Death Valley National Park is the hottest, driest, and lowest in North America.

The unforgiving landscape contains over 600 miles of roads which stretch across the Mojave Desert of California and Nevada.

It may not seem like there are many things to do in such a barren area, but the extreme conditions make visiting Death Valley a one-of-a-kind adventure.

Snowcapped mountains, stunning wildflowers, and mysterious rock formations will keep you captivated for days.

This video covers where to see the best hikes, must-see viewpoints, and mysterious desert formations.

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Hike around Ubehebe Crater
Witness the mysteries at Racetrack Playa
Catch a sunset at Zabriskie Point

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Death Valley in 24 Hours: Exploring the Park in 1 Day

This video shows you how to explore Death Valley National Park to the fullest in 24 hours. The park is so big and has so much to do that it can be daunting for the first time visitor. Doing the things laid out in this guide will help you to make the most of your time though.

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- Amargosa Opera House
- Dante's View
- Zabriskie's Point
- Furnace Creek Campground
- Corkscrew Saloon
- Mesquite Dunes
- Salt Creek Trail
- Visitors Center
- Golden Canyon
- Artist Palette
- Devil's Golf Course
- Natural Bridge
- Badwater
- Ashford Mill

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Death Valley National Park: 7 Things to Know Before You Go

Everything YOU need to know to visit Death Valley National Park. Despite it's morbid name, Death Valley is actually a great place to visit. Death Valley is the largest national park south of Alaska at over 3 million acres. Death Valley is home to North America's driest and hottest spot (with fewer than two inches of rain per year and a record high of 134°F). Death Valley also has the lowest elevation on the continent—282 feet below sea level. But yet there's also mountain peaks at 11,000 feet that get snow.

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48 Hours in Death Valley National Park

How to make the best of your time in Death Valley National Park, when you only have 2 days? G and I went on an amazing road trip adventure in Death Valley, where we explored The Artist’s Palette, The Badwater Basin, Zabriskie Point, The Golden Canyon, Dante’s View, and The Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes. Watch the vlog to get a deeper look into one of the best road trips in California!

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Death Valley Summer Road Trip with my Dad

Death Valley National Park is a desolate place with a sparse desert landscape that takes a while to fully appreciate. After exploring Highway 395 over two days, we decided to drive back to Southern California and take an excursion to Death Valley on the way. This was a long day in the heat of summer, but I wanted to see what the park was like in the summer and show my dad some of my favorite spots. Be sure you prepare if you want to visit the park like this with lots of water and all of your hiking early in the day.

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Death Valley National Park is an American national park that straddles the California—Nevada border, east of the Sierra Nevada. The park boundaries include Death Valley, the northern section of Panamint Valley, the southern section of Eureka Valley, and most of Saline Valley. The park occupies an interface zone between the arid Great Basin and Mojave deserts, protecting the northwest corner of the Mojave Desert and its diverse environment of salt-flats, sand dunes, badlands, valleys, canyons, and mountains. Death Valley is the largest national park in the lower 48 states, and the hottest, driest and lowest of all the national parks in the United States. The second-lowest point in the Western Hemisphere is in Badwater Basin, which is 282 feet (86 m) below sea level. Approximately 91% of the park is a designated wilderness area. The park is home to many species of plants and animals that have adapted to this harsh desert environment. Some examples include creosote bush, bighorn sheep, coyote, and the Death Valley pupfish, a survivor from much wetter times. UNESCO included Death Valley as the principal feature of its Mojave and Colorado Deserts Biosphere Reserve in 1984.
A series of Native American groups inhabited the area from as early as 7000 BC, most recently the Timbisha around 1000 AD who migrated between winter camps in the valleys and summer grounds in the mountains. A group of European-Americans, trapped in the valley in 1849 while looking for a shortcut to the gold fields of California, gave the valley its name, even though only one of their group died there. Several short-lived boom towns sprang up during the late 19th and early 20th centuries to mine gold and silver. The only long-term profitable ore to be mined was borax, which was transported out of the valley with twenty-mule teams. The valley later became the subject of books, radio programs, television series, and movies. Tourism expanded in the 1920s when resorts were built around Stovepipe Wells and Furnace Creek. Death Valley National Monument was declared in 1933 and the park was substantially expanded and became a national park in 1994.
The valley is actually a graben with the oldest rocks being extensively metamorphosed and at least 1.7 billion years old. Ancient, warm, shallow seas deposited marine sediments until rifting opened the Pacific Ocean. Additional sedimentation occurred until a subduction zone formed off the coast.
In 2013, Death Valley National Park was designated as a dark sky park by the International Dark-Sky Association.

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Looking for an alternative activity when visiting Las Vegas? Perhaps you prefer the outdoors? Consider driving to Death Valley National Park! It's an easy and economical day trip that's worth exploring. In this video, we share our itinerary and tips for visiting Death Valley.
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It is particularly during the hot summer months that Death Valley does full justice to its name. On some days the temperatures can reach up to forty-five degrees Celsius in the shade! Geographically Death Valley is a truly remarkable national park and Badwater is the deepest point in the entire western hemisphere. The shiny blue sky and impressive Sierra Nevada Mountain Range are two magnificent and colourful features of California's seemingly lifeless desert.The area around Badwater is studded with salt crystals. Its salt lake almost completely dries out during the summer due to the scorching heat. The bottom of the valley and the rocky slopes of the Panamint Mountains heat up the subsoil where temperatures of up to ninety degrees are quite common.The bizarre landscape of the mysterious Devil's Cornfield really does seem to have been scorched by the heat of another planet but it is actually the relatively high salt content of the terrain that is responsible for its strange and desolate landscape. Death Valley is indeed a hot property!

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Death Valley National Park - Top Things to See & Do | Travel Guide

Death Valley has many great scenic spots like Zabriskie Point, Artist's Palette and Drive, Badwater Basin, Mesquite Sand Dunes, Devil's Golf Course, Natural Bridge, Dante's View and Golden Hills Hike. This National Park sits in California and Nevada states of the U.S and is easily accessible from Las Vegas. It is often known for being one of the hottest, driest place on Earth and is the lowest lying ( below sea level ) in Western Hemisphere. Being so dark, it is also a great place for star gazing and night photography.

DEATH VALLEY | California | Travel Guide

Death Valley is a desert valley in Eastern California, in the northern Mojave Desert, bordering the Great Basin Desert.

Death Valley's Badwater Basin is the point of lowest elevation in North America, at 86 m below sea level.

On the afternoon of July 10, 1913, the United States Weather Bureau recorded a high temperature of 56.7 °C at Furnace Creek in Death Valley, which stands as the highest ambient air temperature ever recorded at the surface of the Earth.

As the hottest, driest and lowest national park, Death Valley is a land of extremes. More than just a scorching desert, Death Valley offers park visitors a striking contrast of landscapes to explore -- from the snow that frosts the park’s towering peaks to the lush wildflower meadows and small oases that provide a reprieve from the heat to seemingly endless desert plains.

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Death Valley National Park | Easy weekend travel guide

Visiting Death Valley National Park is super easy! In this video we show you a quick guide to visiting some of the most famous spots without feeling completely spent in just one weekend.

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Wild DEATH VALLEY Camping (First Timer's Guide)

Did you know that in Death Valley, Camping is allowed pretty much anywhere?

I recently went to Death Valley for my first time and I put together this vlog/guide to help you plan a trip there.

1) Camping. In Death Valley, we camped 8 miles up Cottonwood Canyon Road. In Death Valley, you are allowed to camp 1 mile away from all paved roads. Cottonwood Canyon Road is an exception. You are allowed to camp 8 miles up.

2) Eureka Sand Dunes. These Dunes are right next to Stovepipe Wells. They are fairly impressive dunes considering how easy they are to access. Expect lots of footprints.

3) Gower Gulch/Golden Canyon Hike. This was hands down my favorite thing we did. This was a super impressive, super short hike. Great payoff. Do not skip this! Park in the Golden Canyon trailhead parking, walk counter clockwise up the loop. Get there early, both parking and sun are brutal.

4) Devil's Golfcourse, an interesting display of calcified salt. It's a quick stop.

5) Natural Bridge. There are more interesting natural rock features in the American Southwest, but it's only a quick detour to see it.

6) Badwater Basin. The lowest point in North America. Don't you want to be superlative for a moment?

7) Artist's drive. It's interesting, but every photo you've seen of this place has done some massive color correction. Don't expect it to look like what you've seen online.

8) Zabriskie Point. If you want to skip the hike (don't do it) and just see the view from above, it is this!

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If you want to go to Mars then Death Valley is probably close to the real thing. Harsh unforgiving yet beautiful landscape, mountains dunes, and canyons of Gold and Pink. A magical place that seems otherworldly definitely a place I want to visit.

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5 Top-Rated Places to Visit in Death Valley | United States Travel Guide

5 Top-Rated Places to Visit in Death Valley

Despite the forbidding name, Death Valley is a beautiful area of unique desert wonders. Sand dunes, salt flats, mountains, craters, and the lowest lake in North America make for some of the most spectacular and dramatic scenery in the Southwest. The valley, protected as a national park, covers 3,000 square miles and is known for being the hottest, driest, and lowest point in North America. Roadside lookouts offer stunning panoramas, and hiking trails allow easy access to the terrain. Here five best places to visit in Death Valley, USA.

1. Sand Dunes near Stovepipe Wells
2. Badwater Basin
3. The Race Track
4. Zabriskie Point
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