Death Valley is one of the most starkly beautiful places you will ever visit. From it’s freezing temperatures during the winter to the over 130 degrees in the summer, Death Valley is a pallet of contract. of the 118 basic elements on earth, Death Valley has 108 of them. Miners have sought their fortune scratching away at the desert floor for years. Small mines dot the hills and mountains with their trail of tailings. The pallet of colors from one mile to the next is ever changing along with the sparseness of living things. What lives there is hearty and built for extremes. I visited there in November when the temperature never got above 75 degrees. The National Park is clean, well preserved, and has every amenity a camper could need. Check out the following posts to experience the beauty of Death Valley.
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Death Valley Photo Gallery
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First look at Death Valley coming in from Trona, CA
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Take a driving tour around Death Valley