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All reviews paved path short walk death valley parking lot furnace creek viewing area great view rock formations golden canyon sunrise and sunset easy access first stop the main road parking area early in the morning las vegas national park
Wasn't on our itinerary but surprisingly nice. Its conveienent as its on the way to the Visitor centre at Furnace Creek if you're entering the park via Death Valley Junction.
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This place is a must stop whilst driving through Death Valley. The landscape is bizarre and totally unique. The views are breathtaking. Slightly spoilt by what we call the "instagrammers" too busy posing for vain pictures of themselves rather than enjoying the natural beauty, they...More
This is a 'must stop off' point as you drive through Death Valley. There is a good car park and a short paved walk up the hill to view the yellow coloured lunar type landscape. It is not far (5 mins max) but on a...More
We stopped off here as part of our Death Valley tour. We hired a car and travelled from Las Vegas. We had heard that this was a brilliant sight seeing spot.
We went to the spot for sunset and it was absolutely amazing. Despite being...More
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Usually the only snow you'll find in Death Valley area are on the high peaks. Therefore, most of Death Valley roads are accessible during winter months. You will see dessert scenery with snow covered mountains. I highly... More
Usually the only snow you'll find in Death Valley area are on the high peaks. Therefore, most of Death Valley roads are accessible during winter months. You will see dessert scenery with snow covered mountains. I highly recommend staying at a hotel inside the park. We are in our 60's and stayed three nights at the Furnace Creek Ranch. Location was awesome! We did not hike, due to extreme heat during our June visit. Everything we visited was on paved roads and an easy walk to view point. Some of our favorite view points were Dante's View, Zabriskie Point, Badwater, Artist Drive, Ubehebe Crater (not to be missed, awesome!), Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes, Devil's Golf Course, Twenty Mule Team Canyon, Charcoal Kilns (beautiful ride and last 2 miles are on dirt road. No problems driving our car on the dirt road. Don't miss this, the scenery is spectacular). BEWARE - if you plan to visit Racetrace you'll have to rent a jeep near Furnace Creek Ranch. You will not make it with regular car and tires. We did not visit Racetrace.