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About Death Valley
Despite its ominous name, Death Valley is a popular tourist attraction that is a major part of an eponymous national park. Nestled between California and Nevada and cradled by impressive mountain ranges, this extremely dry and warm desert valley has one of the lowest elevation points in North America. Moreover, Death Valley is home to the Timbisha Shoshone Tribe of Native Americans, hundreds of springs and ponds, a gorgeous waterfall, and numerous diverse species of animals including birds and sheep.
Things to do in Death Valley
Death Valley National Park is a nature lover and geologist’s dream. Prominent points of interest include the park’s tallest waterfall Darwin Falls; an exceptionally salty pool of water at Badwater Basin, North America’s lowest point of elevation; a breathtaking, 14-mile round trip hiking trail to and from Telescope Peak, the park’s highest point; Dante’s View, a picturesque viewpoint terrace with a panoramic view of the desert valley; and the mysterious “sailing stones” phenomenon where stones seem to slide across the sand leaving no trace of human or animal intervention. When it comes to dining options, Death Valley has several notable eateries. Stovepipe Wells is a rustic establishment offering New American cuisine that many have deemed an “oasis” in the desert. The 19th Hole at the Furnace Creek Resort has a similar ambiance and is known for serving fantastic burgers. For snacks and quick refreshments, Timbisha Village Frybread Tacos and Shave Ice have a variety of delicious fried and frozen treats.
Day trips from Death Valley
Driving eastward from Death Valley National Park toward Nevada with about a 2 and a half hour’s drive, visitors can head to the infamous city of Las Vegas. Although the city is renowned for its glitzy atmosphere and copious number of casinos, Las Vegas also features luxurious buffets with yummy food from all over the world and great shopping centers such as the Las Vegas North Premium Outlets and Meadows Mall. Sin City is also an entertainment capital with live music performances and unforgettable Cirque du Soleil acts. Northward from Death Valley with a 3 and a half hour’s drive is the Inyo National Forest. Cradled in the eastern part of the Sierra Nevada Mountains and the White Mountains of California, Inyo National Forest is a scenic area replete with lakes, memorable hiking trails, and lush, green thickets.
Death Valley accommodations
As Death Valley is located near the divide between California and Nevada, there are a wide range of vacation rentals available in both states. From cozy houses in quiet neighborhoods to a modernist retreat with floor to ceiling glass windows boasting an expansive view of the stunning mountains, vacation properties at Death Valley have something unique to appeal to everyone.
Transportation in Death Valley
Due to the regular scorching temperatures, it would be most convenient to navigate around the desert valley with a car. Some peaks at Death Valley National Park are too hazardous to trek solely by foot, so a reliable vehicle would be necessary to reach certain points.