Death Valley is unique in both its harshness and beauty.

National Park Service Visitor Information

Though this valley is known for its extremes, it is also a land of subtle beauties. Morning light creeping across the eroded badlands of Zabriskie Point to strike Manly Beacon, the setting sun and lengthening shadows on the Sand Dunes at Stovepipe Wells, and the colors of myriad wildflowers on the golden hills above Harmony Borax on a warm spring day.

Below you will find in-depth visitor information:

Ghost Towns
     
Native People
     
Mining
     
Dangers In and Around Old Mines
     
Sand Dunes
     
Mountain Biking
     
HOT Weather Hiking Tips
     
Day Hikes
     
Backcountry Hikes
     
Backcountry Roads
     
Wilderness Regulations and Ethics
     

Things to See & Do
     
National Park Service Visitor Information
     
Death Valley Chamber of Commerce
 
 
 
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