Death Valley


The Land of the Unimaginable!

The legendary Death Valley is located in the Northern Mojave Desert in central California.
Nestled between snow-capped mountains, this remarkable desert valley covers millions of acres of harsh arid wilderness.
It is harsh, yet beautiful, with breathtaking vistas the likes of which are found no place else on Earth.


A Desert Wonderland!

There’s a lot to love in this awe-inspiring desert oasis, with a variety of fun places to see and things to do.
Explore hundreds of miles of backroads, visit the salt flats, sand dunes, canyons, and incredible landmarks!


Beyond Hot

Furnace Creek holds the world record for the highest temperature ever reliably documented on the Earth’s surface at 130° Fahrenheit.


Redefining Dry

Parts of Death Valley get less than two inches of rain per year, making it the driest place in North America.


Down Low

Badwater Basin, with its cracked salty floor, has the lowest elevation on the continent at 282 feet below sea level.


Artist’s Palette

Perhaps the most unbelievable natural colorful landscape of eroded volcanic minerals.

Come Prepared!

Death Valley is a fantastic place to visit, but a difficult place to survive in if you become turned around, lost, or stranded. Keep your batteries charged and your fuel full because this is one place where you don’t want to get stuck. Pack extra water, food, light clothing, sunscreen, and an open heart, because this spectacular valley has a lot to offer!

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