hiking

views

walking

nature trips

kid friendly

birding

off road driving

dogs on leash

wild flowers

wildlife

no dogs

scenic driving

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.

Neat place to go! Always want to see it! Not much of a hike but worth it! 9-20-17

Road was closed to access to the beginning of the trail

amazing views, did not go into the crater, just around it. looked too Steep. moderate, but rewarding. it's a long drive to the crater. went in mid September around 1030-1130, pretty warm!

very short hike that abruptly ends at a rock wall, great bridge and dry waterfall. very scenic.

Short fun trip across the dunes. We sought out the tallest dune of the day. It might change soon but for today, this was it. Nice fun adventure in the sands.

hiking
11 days ago

hiking
20 days ago

hiking
20 days ago

off road driving
29 days ago

Beautiful views, easy for the most part although in some areas it would definitely be better to have a high clearance 4x4. Leadfield mine and the petroglyphs are must stops.

hiking
1 month ago

Worth it mostly because it's the lowest point in the US. You can walk out to the middle, but the scenery doesn't change.

Views for miles! The best way to see Death Valley is from above.

Nice, paved road up to a viewpoint. Beautiful views, but it feels like you're in an oven!