Harmony Borax Works is a 0.4 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Death Valley, California that offers scenic views and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips and is best used from October until March.

Length0.4 miElevation gain22 ftRoute typeLoop
kid friendlyHikingNature tripsWalkingViewsFeeNo dogs
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Death Valley National Park charges a fee to enter. Fees are $30 per vehicle or $25 per motorcycle. If you are entering on foot, horse, or bike the fee is $15 per person. You can also purchase a park specific annual pass for $55.

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William Bowen
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Darrin Tinsley
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interesting history

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Silvia Smith
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Un pasillo sencillo con buena información histórica y artefactos originales sobre la industria de Bórax que estaba allí hace años.

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Leslie Driskill
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Great interpretive trail of Harmony Borax Works. This trail has a lot of historical information and cool artifacts from the old borax operation. It’s a quick walk and a must-see while visiting the park if history interests you.

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Weiping Wang
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DJ Goodman
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Short, quick,easy & informative walk just off the main road near Furnace Creek. If you can spare fifteen minutes, it’s worth it.

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BoBby Weiland
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Jason Ronda
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Trail is a paved bike paths parallel to the road very easy.

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Guy Strauss
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Some interesting history to be seen and learned. Use it as brief stop on the way to somewhere else.

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Gretel .
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It was a 5 minute roadside attraction in which you read the signs and look at the old ruins. I wouldn’t go out of the way to see this. It’s ok to see if it’s on your way.

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Joseph Snyder
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Nice walk. Follow my path, or one of the many other side trails, to get some gorgeous views.

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James Seay
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Carlos Ortiz
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Nice easy loop with cool views and information plaques!

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Carlos Jenkinsonberginski
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Jeremy Lawson
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Anil kumar Desabhaktula
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Might be good place for Milky Way or night photography.

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Ran Oren
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great

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Marco Vazquez
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Toni R
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Fun little trail with cool structures

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Chloe Doberstein
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Pearl Heft
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Pretty neat. wouldn't call it hiking though. lol

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Christian Puff
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Christian Puff
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Sushanth Mali
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Short and informative walk with views of 20 mule drive on the background.

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Gabriella Cee
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I recommend this trail for anyone whom is interested in the history of National Parks regardless of his or her experience level or age. It is conveniently located within close proximity to the Furnace Creek Visitors Center and Furnace Creek Campground and there is ample parking space steps away from the trailhead. The trail itself is short at less than half of a mile. The loop that makes up the trail encloses remnants of the Borax Mining Site, with remnants of the 20 Mule Teams located directly across. Information provided along the way offers a brief explanation of the Mining Site. This trail may not be the most scenic, but it does offer a change of pace compared to the other trails within the Park.

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Burney W
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One for the flatlanders -- you can add a little extra and hit the Harmony Borax Works Hill highpoint, nice 360 degree view from there.

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Dylan Payne
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Continue to Mustard Canyon road if your car has clearance. Much better experience

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Mike Fieguth
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Not much to this walk when compared to other DV trails. Historically informative.

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John DeVault
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Nothing great but worth checking out.

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