11 Ways To Spend Your Time In Death Valley NP
Dante's View is breathtaking and only a quick walk from the parking lot
Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes is a great spot for sunrise or sunset when the sun is a little less hot
Badwater Basin is a must. Walk out as far as you want to see the curious salt flats
If you fancy a break in the shade, call into the Oasis at Death Valley Hotel and walk in the lovely garden
Hike the easy Natural Bridge Canyon trail to see this incredible bridge
The charcoal kilns complex is a well intact historical and architectural feature. It’s also an easy hike to reach them
Hike the Golden Canyon - it has some stunning rock formations. Bring lots of water!
Zabriskie Point was one of my favourite stops. You can venture as far as you want for different view perspectives
The Ubehebe Crater takes a bit of driving to reach but it is such a fascinating geological formation to see
Visit Artists Palette. It’s best to photograph this popular spot in the dusk or early morning for the colours to pop
The Devils Golf Course is another unique stop which seems to stretch on for miles
I’m sure you’ve heard it before but I’ll say it again. Bring loads of water and sun protection - DVNP is scorching!
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