Ubehebe Crater, pronounced “YOU-BE-HE-BE”, is an otherworldy crater in Death Valley created not by a meteor strike but volcanic activity.
The most spectacular (says us) sunrise in Death Valley National Park is not Zabriskie Point but across the valley at Aguereberry Point.
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Summer is the season that gives Death Valley its morbid name. In Summer, average high temperatures are over 110F and lows are over 80F. Visiting the park in Summer is not advisable unless you are adequately prepared with water, sunscreen, and shaded cover. Prolonged exposure this time of year can be deadly.
Wildrose campground is a great, somewhat remote, campground in Death Valley National Park that gives campers great proximity to popular trails
Eureka Dunes is the most stunning dune field in Death Valley National Park and perhaps the tallest in all of North America.