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1328-Trona Pinnacles – Death Valley, CA

The Trona Pinnacles, on the way to Death Valley, are a unique geological oddity rising from the dry bed of Searles Lake. They are made of calcium carbonate and are the result of deposits made when this entire region was [...]

March 5, 2016 California, Death Valley, US Travel
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1327-Valley Colors – Death Valley, CA

This trip to Death Valley with my good friends Jimmy & Diana Langford began as we pulled off CA Route 395 towards Trona. We dropped down into the China Lake Navel Air training valley hoping to see fighter jets scorching [...]

March 5, 2016 California, Death Valley, US Travel
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1326-Stovepipe Wells – Death Valley, CA

Stovepipe Wells was an old mining stopover deep in the heart of Death Valley. It began in the early 1900s as a source of water and rest stop for the miners. The area got its name from the stovepipe that [...]

March 5, 2016 California, Death Valley, US Travel
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1325-Ubehebe Crater – Death Valley, CA

The Ubehebe Crater is an amazing volcanic crater in the heart of Death Valley. It’s about 50 miles from Stovepipe Wells and is worth the drive. You can stay in the parking lot and take great photos or hike a [...]

March 5, 2016 California, Death Valley, US Travel
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1324-Teakettle Junction – Death Valley, CA

Teakettle Junction is the intersection of the road to The Racetrack in Death Valley to an even rougher road towards Hunter Mountain. For years, people have adorned the signage with custom painted teakettles. It’s an icon in the heart of [...]

March 5, 2016 California, Death Valley, US Travel
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1323-Race Track – Death Valley, CA

The Racetrack Playa is 3,600 feet above sea level in one of the most remote area of Death Valley. It is 50 miles from Stovepipe Wells and 27 miles off the road near Ubehebe Crater on the roughest/longest road I [...]

March 5, 2016 California, Death Valley, US Travel
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1322-Grandstand – Death Valley, CA

The Grandstand is a two-peak monolith that sits in the center of Racetrack Playa in the middle of nowhere Death Valley. You can guess how it got its name. Hiked on the playa and climbed on the Grandstand. Photo of [...]

March 5, 2016 California, Death Valley, US Travel
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1321-Mud Art – Death Valley, CA

The mud in many parts of Death Valley consists of a very sticky talc-like slippery glue. That’s sounds crazy? Well, if you step in it you will likely go down as if you are on oiled ice. But the, you [...]

March 5, 2016 California, Death Valley, US Travel
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1320-Eureka Dunes – Death Valley, CA

The Eureka Valley Sand Dunes is one of the highest dunes in North America. Towering over 700 feet high and only covering an area of under 3 square miles, the dunes rise out of the surrounding desert floor creating a [...]

March 5, 2016 California, Death Valley, US Travel
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1319-Crankshaft Junction = Death Valley, CA

Crankshaft Junction is one of those places in Death Valley where two dirt roads intersect each going to places you don’t want to go. Whether it’s Teakettle Junction or Crankshaft Junction, the old miners of Death Valley had a sense [...]

March 5, 2016 California, Death Valley, US Travel