Death Valley, CAPrint Full | Basic
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 Central Sierra, CA
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Distance Round Trip 0 miles
Trailhead Elevation 3,495 feet
Interest Off Trail Hiking
Author Unregistered
Descriptions 3,692
Routes 0
Photos 0
Trips 248 map ( 429 miles )
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43  2014-03-29 Kel1969
8  2011-03-13 fotogirl53
74  2010-02-12 Randal Schulhaus
9  2009-08-06 Randal Schulhaus
Trailhead Forecast
Historical Weather
NPS Death Valley NP
Wilderness Death Valley
Dogs not allowed
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Nearby Hikes Area Water Sources
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1.1  Eureka Dunes Trail
6.4  Saline Spur Dunes
13.8  Ubehebe and Little Hebe Craters Trail
20.1  Sylvania Mountains Wilderness Trails
23.5  Ubehebe Lead Mine/Corridor Canyon Trail
25.5  Piper Mountain
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Overview: Death Valley National Park comprises more than 3.3 million acres of spectacular desert scenery, rare desert wildlife, complex geology, undisturbed wilderness and sites of historical interest. Death Valley is unique because it contains the lowest, hottest, driest location in North America. Nearly 550 square miles of its area lie below sea level. Ecologically, its plants and animals are representative of the Mojave Desert.

Death Valley is one of the hottest places on earth, attaining the second-highest temperature ever recorded, 134 degrees F. in 1913. It contains the lowest point in the western hemisphere at 282 feet below sea level near Badwater as well as numerous high-rising mountain peaks, including Telescope Peak at over 11,000 feet. Death Valley was named by gold-seekers, some of whom died crossing the valley during the 1849 California gold rush.


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    WARNING! Hiking and outdoor related sports can be dangerous. Be responsible and prepare for the trip. Study the area you are entering and plan accordingly. Dress for the current and unexpected weather changes. Take plenty of water. Never go alone. Make an itinerary with your plan(s), route(s), destination(s) and expected return time. Give your itinerary to trusted family and/or friends.
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