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Do your pedaling feet crave sand dunes and sand flats, below sea level basins and mountain crests? Then bring your bike to Deat...Read more
Death Valley is known for being unknown and by that we mean, there are not many formalized trails, but still plenty of awesome ...Read more
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Mosaic Canyon is as it sounds - a pieced together work of natural art, ready for a rock clamoring ascent, as is the Grotto Ca...Read more
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You will undoubtedly encounter forms of wildlife during your experience at Death Valley. Get pre-acquainted with some of the c...Read more
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Stayed here Dec 27, 2014, this is an awesome campsite. If you are a stargazer there is little to no ambient light to interfere with your view. camp ground is close to Scotty's Castle, and Ubehebe Crater. If you winter camp it can be cold dropped to 26 at nite
I stayed here in March of 2016. This is an all-time favorite campground of mine. It's not very big and it's far into the park, so it stays quiet (also no RVs). There were just a few other campers spending the night when I was there. FANTASTIC spot for night sky viewing as there's no lights around.