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Hottest, Driest, Lowest: A superlative desert of streaming sand dunes, snow-capped mountains, multicolored rock layers, water-fluted canyons and 3 million acres of wilderness. Full of nature and history, there are endless activities in the park. About the size of the state of Connecticut, one can spend weeks exploring Death Valley and only scratch the surface of what there is to see and do.

hiking
22 hours ago

Pretty moderate skill levels needed to climb the super slick rocks. Apart from that a good hike.

This hike is best done closer to the sunset or sunrise, simply because it is cooler at those times. Apart from that, it is a pretty easy hike. Expect winds to blow sand into your mouths, eyes, and other parts.

We did this on a moderately warm day and it was fun. The red cathedral part was a little tough but other parts were very moderate. It was quite a fun hike. Take plenty of water.

hiking
5 days ago

hiking
5 days ago

hiking
6 days ago

hiking
6 days ago

We had a cloudy day, so sun and heat were not issues for us. As most of the hike is wide open on gravel or sand, we were grateful for the lack of sun. However, once in the narrow canyon where the stream was, it would have been nice to have some sun. The waterfalls make the trek well worth it.

off road driving
21 days ago