Badwater Basin is the lowest point in North America, at 282 feet below sea level. See the salt flats and the sign.
Artist’s Drive is a scenic loop that showcases the colorful hills and rocks of Death Valley. Stop at Artist’s Palette.
Zabriskie Point is a viewpoint that offers stunning views of the golden badlands and the valley floor. Go at sunrise or sunset.
Scotty’s Castle is a historic mansion that tells the story of a prospector, a millionaire, and a friendship. Take a tour.
The Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes are the largest and most accessible dunes in Death Valley. Walk, run, or slide on the sand.
Death Valley is one of the best places to see the night sky, with little light pollution and clear air. Look for the Milky Way.
Dante’s View is a viewpoint that offers spectacular views of the valley, the mountains, and the salt flats. Feel the elevation.
The Racetrack Playa is a dry lake bed where rocks mysteriously move and leave trails. See the sailing stones and the Grandstand.
Death Valley is not always barren and dry. In spring, after a wet winter, the valley blooms with colorful wildflowers.
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