Filled with craters, abstract land formations, canyons, mountains and desert, Death Valley isn't considered 'A Land of the Extremes' for nothing. With activities like hiking, biking, camping, or bird watching, you can reconnect with nature like you ... 

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Death Valley sign

May 2013

Entrance to Death Valley

Natural Art in Death Valley

December 2011

Diarmuid O

December 15 2011

Badwater, Death Valley - lowest point in North America

May 2011

Badwater, Death Valley - lowest point in North America

At Death Valley

February 2015


Ls Vegas sunrise.

February 2015

We were leaving Las Vegas to travel to Death Valley. Ralph, our guide was driving and we were getting to know our fellow tourists. The sunrise is not to be missed. What a great start to the day.

Scottys Castle

February 2015

Nice tour of the castle in Death Valley

Salt Flats, Death Valley

February 2015

Lowest point in North America 250 feet below sea level

Entrance sign

February 2015

Entering Death Valley

Death Valley

October 2014

Death Valley beautiful view

Death Valley

September 2014



Jumping in the heat

Death Valley in the Summer….a perfect cloudy day and a walk onto the flats!

August 2014

Tom and Paulina Brecher standing on the salt flats of Death Valley. A remarkable experience.

Hot Hot Death Valley

August 2014

This is me Sandy and I am just chillin in death valley

Zabriskie Point

June 2014

One of many colorful areas in Death Valley.

Furnace Creek at Death Valley

June 2014

Note the temp at 112 degrees!

Vista from Furnace Creek Ranch

April 2014

This photo is a composite of the Death Valley much raw beauty, variety of color, texture and barren expanse. It also shows that with even a sprinkle of water something green will grow!

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