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Death Valley National Park

 

The hottest place in the world with the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere, its fearsome name belies the fact that it is a fascinating place to visit with lots to see and do. This devil’s cauldron, one of America’s largest national parks, is a desert valley of salt flats, weathered canyons and ancient geological formations below mountains that rise to 11,000 feet.

You can stay right in the heart of Death Valley at Furnace Creek Resort, comprising two hotels set in a desert oasis offering leisure activities including horse riding and even a lush grass golf course – the lowest in the world at 214 feet below sea level. But if you come across a nearby road sign marked Devil’s Golf Course, don’t be tempted to get your golf clubs out; it is just a rock formation. See examples of old wagons, stagecoaches and even an old steam train at the resort’s Borax Museum.

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Las Vegas to The Coast | Fly Drive through National Parks

A holiday of contrasts as you drive from the desert to the ocean. High rolling energy in Vegas to the solitude of Yosemite; the heat of Death Valley to the cool sea mists of San Francisco Bay. Take in...

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From Sea to Sand | By Motorcycle

Feel the sea breeze in your hair and the desert air in your lungs with this all-encompassing EagleRider tour that will take you across three states, exciting cities and beautiful scenery. Start your...

Why should I visit Death Valley National Park?


You can stay right in the heart of Death Valley at Furnace Creek Resort, comprising two hotels set in a desert oasis offering leisure activities including horse riding and even a lush grass golf course – the lowest in the world at 214 feet below sea level. But if you come across a nearby road sign marked Devil’s Golf Course, don’t be tempted to get your golf clubs out; it is just a rock formation. See examples of old wagons, stagecoaches and even an old steam train at the resort’s Borax Museum.

Badwater  The lowest place in the USA at 282 feet below sea level, stop for a photo call and walk out across the salt flats, the crystals baked into weird shapes by the fierce sun.

Zabriskie Point  Amazing formation of weathered rocks that gave its name to a cult 1970 movie.

Scotty’s Castle Take a tour of this opulent Spanish-style mansion and tower built in the 1930s as a desert holiday home by a Chicago investor but named for the former cowboy who lived there.

 

TIP  For a stunning overview of Death Valley, take the road up to Dante’s View, a terrace 5,500 feet high with a car park. Lose yourself amidst the amazing panorama and watch the surrounding mountains turn crimson as the sun sets.


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