The Charcoal Kilns are a cool spot to visit, easily mistaken for an abandoned village of windowless conical, beehive shaped homes.
Zabriskie Point is one of the most iconic locations in Death Valley National Park and one of the best places in the park to watch a sunrise.
The best season to visit Death Valley National Park is Winter. Winter brings cooler, more manageable temperatures to Death Valley, and even some clouds! While December and January can be a bit rainy, February and March are a dream.
The aptly named Surprise Canyon is a real treat for Death Valley visitors featuring a lovely creek, some small waterfalls, and even burros!
When we first heard there was a year-round waterfall in Death Valley National Park we thought it was too good to be true too – Darwin Falls