By National Park Experts
tREK aCROSS iBEX duNES
Ibex Dunes are among the most remote dune fields in the park. If you make it across there is an abandoned talc mine on the far side.
Hike Under Natural Bridge
This is a great hike to avoid direct sun by walking on the shadowy side of the canyon (depending on the time of day.
Yes, believe it or not there is a year-round waterfall in Death Valley, Darwin Falls.
Check Out Ubehebe Crater
Ubehebe Crater, pronounced “YOU-BE-HE-BE”, was not created by a meteor strike but rather volcanic activity.
Lee Flat Joshua Tree Forest
Believe it or not one of the largest joshua tree forests in the United States happens to be in Death Valley
Artists Palette Colorful Cliffs
These cliffs have to be seen to be believed. The kaleidoscopic colors present here are out of this world.
see THE rACETRACK pLAYA
The mysterious sliding rocks at the Racetrack Playa have long been in a mystery at Death Valley.
Zabriskie Point Sunrise
The most popular place in Death Valley National Park to see a sunrise is Zabriskie Point.
Visit Badwater Basin
Badwater Basin is the lowest point in North America at 282ft below sea level.
HIKE EUREKA DUNES
Situated at 3000ft elevation, Eureka Dunes are some of the tallest dunes in North America.