Death Valley National Park (19 photos)
Death Valley National Park is located near the California and Nevada border, about 140 miles from Las Vegas. It is the hottest and driest location in North America and boasts the lowest elevation as well, 282 feet below sea level at Badwater Basin. The hottest temperature in the Western Hemisphere of 134° was recorded at Furnace Creek in 1913. Points of interest include Golden Canyon, Zabriskie Point, Badwater Basin, Mesquite Sand Dunes, Dante's View and Artist's Palette.
Golden Canyon Hills
Golden Canyon Landscape
Golden Canyon Red Sunset
Photographer at Golden Canyon
Mesquite Dunes Last Light
Mesquite Dunes Rippling Sand
Mesquite Dunes and Shrubs
Early Morning at Cow Creek
First Light at Golden Canyon
Golden Canyon from Zabriskie Point
Mesquite Dunes Crater
Mesquite Dunes Landscape
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Badwater Basin and Mountains
First Light at Cow Creek
Golden Canyon and Cloud Formations B&W
Golden Canyon and Cloud Formations
Dawn at Cow Creek
Badwater Basin and Mountains Vertical
Badwater and Sunrise on Mountains