Headphones are NOT allowed as roads are not closed to traffic.
Why We Love It
Death Valley, the lowest and hottest area in the U.S., is contained within the 3.4 million acres that make up Death Valley National Park. Located within a Biosphere Reserve, the extreme desert environment is known for Badwater Basin (the lowest point in the U.S.), salt pans, snow-capped mountains, sand dunes, rugged canyons and mostly nocturnal wildlife. As a leave-no-trace destination, everything brought in must come out.
Free (or Almost Free) Stuff To Do
A popular sunrise and sunset viewing point offering panoramic views of Death Valley. Activities: hike.
A 600-ft (183 m) volcanic crater surrounded by cedar fields perfect for hiking.
A popular back-country canyon road with narrows, mountains, rock formations, petroglyphs and a ghost town. Activities: drive, hike.
|Mesquite Sand Dunes|
The only sand dunes in the Death Valley National Park for sand boarding. They offer amazing views at sunset.
|Death Valley National Park|
The hottest and driest National Park in the U.S. with salt flats, sand dunes, canyons, badlands, mountains, and valleys. Activities: bike, camp, drive, golf, hike.
A scenic view of Death Valley from above - pretty awesome at sunrise. Activity: bike.
The lowest point in America at 282-ft (.08 km) below sea level and home to salt flats and a beautiful mountain backdrop.
|High - 65°F (18°C)||Low - 38°F (3°C)|
McCarran International Airport (LAS)
|Furnance Creek Resort||Location of shuttle/finish|