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Sand dunes ripple away into the distance at the Mesquite Dunes in Death Valley. The desert needs to be visited to be experienced in all its glory.
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Badwater, CA, USA
At 282 feet below sea water Badwater, Death Valley, is the lowest spot in the United States. With salt 'rocks' sprinkling the remains of the basin itself (during Spring), follow the trial out into the salt flats after reading up about the...
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A man takes photos on a sand dune at the Mesquite Sand Dunes in Death Valley. You can see how large the the dunes are by the man walking in the distance.
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We took a side trip from Vegas to Death Valley in May.DV is a very interesting and overlooked destination.I think there were more Europeans there than Americans.Its hot ,but its a very alluring place.A great side trip from Vegas.
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Badwater Basin - lowest point in NA. low to high. nearing the end of the road trip. the stars, the heat, the exhaustion, the coyotes. alarmingly beautiful. desert, nothing, empty stillness.
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Shoshone, CA, USA
A treasure located in the desert between Barstow and Shoshone. The exact location is 3541'44.38"N / 11614'26.34"W. There are some amazing large sand dunes which are open to recreational vehicles, as well as areas that are only accessible to...
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Badwater Rd, Death Valley, CA 92328, USA
The Badwater Salt Flats has an iconic view of crusty irregular shapes and makes for a quick stop while driving through Death Valley. Make sure to go in fall or Spring. Summer is too hot and winter is too cold.
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85.5 meters below sea level on an overcast day in Death Valley.
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We drove from the San Francisco Bay Area, and this was our first stop because it was right next to the hotel we were staying at. A very easy, quick hike through the canyon.
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Zabriskie Point, California, USA
Looking something like a cross between a moonscape and leathery skin, Zabriskie Point is one of the landscape highlights of Death Valley. Shaped formations, formed over thousands and thousands of years look best in the early morning, as the sun...
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Furnace Creek, CA 92328, USA
hiking through mesquite dunes in death valley is an amazing communion with mother nature. One knows civilization is directly south once out in the middle if dunes, but the feeling of being completely lost is overwhelming among the high dunes and...
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hiking around the immense Mesquite Dunes right around dusk.....
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DEATH VALLEY, CA 92328, USA
February is a great time to go to go Death Valley because it's not excruciatingly hot. We decided we wanted to see the sunset from the Sand Dunes, so we walked up and down the dunes and stopped at the top of one of them. The sand was soft, and it...
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51880 CA-190, DEATH VALLEY, CA 92328, USA
I had been to Badwater Basin in Death Valley before, but this time I drove around more area and came across the sand dunes at Stovepipe Wells. I thought there might be be some cool opportunities to take photos on the dunes. I climbed up and down a...
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After a full day involving a sunrise hike at the Mesquite Flats Sand Dunes, a midday hike at Mosaic Canyon, and several little hikes around Artists Palette we drove up to Dante's View for an evening view over the entire Death Valley. I was glad I...
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When visiting Death Valley make sure you get up before dawn to watch the sunrise on the Mesquite Flats Sand Dunes near Stovepipe Wells. It is absolutely magical as the sun starts hitting the dunes. Definitely worth the early wake up call. (But...
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When visiting Death Valley National Park with my parents we were in awe of the landscapes around us. So many variations in the rock, soil, salt flats, colors, shapes and other formations. You could really visualize how the different areas of the...