•Death Valley Sign:
Have you even been to a National Park, if you didn't take a photo with the National Park Sign?
•Golden Canyon Trail:
The trail is approximately 3 miles long and takes hikers through a narrow canyon with towering rock formations, colorful rock layers, and stunning views of the surrounding desert landscape. This will take about 2 hours.
•Devil's Golf Course:
A unique geological feature. The salt flats of Devil's Golf Course were formed by the evaporation of an ancient lake that once filled Death Valley. Over time, the salt deposits were shaped by wind and rain, creating a landscape of jagged salt formations that resemble a golf course. This will take about 15 minutes.
This hike is approximately 2 miles round-trip and takes you through a scenic canyon with towering rock formations and colorful rock layers. The trail is not marked, so visitors should bring a map and be prepared for some challenging terrain. This will take about 1 hour.
This is the lowest point in North America at 282 ft (86 m) below sea level. Death Valley is such an underrated National Park and Badwater Basin is a gem!
Length: 1.9 miles RT | Difficulty: Easy | Duration: 46 minutes.
End your day at Artist's Palette. A must-see while visiting Death Valley! The rocks are so colorful, these colors are from volcanic deposits rich in compounds such as iron oxides and chloride, which creates a rainbow effect, hence its name, Rainbow hill. It is located off of a one way Scenic loop road, so make sure you don't miss the turn off to the parking lot.Legnth: 0.3 miles out and back (15 mins) | Difficulty: Easy.