Wildrose Peak | Death Valley, California

Visitor Guide 2020-2021 Death Valley Visitor Guide Wildrose Peak | Death Valley National Park, California Area Satellite View North Satellite View South Satellite View Overview – Wildrose Peak, Death Valley, California Adventure Length and Altitude Gain Wildrose Peak is an 8.4 mile round trip trail beginning at the Wildrose Charcoal Kilns in Death Valley National Park, […]

Wildrose Charcoal Kilns | Death Valley, California

Visitor Guide 2020-2021 Death Valley Visitor Guide Wildrose Charcoal Kilns | Death Valley National Park, California Area Satellite View North Satellite View South Satellite View Overview – Wildrose Charcoal Kilns, Death Valley, California Location and Use of the Wildrose Charcoal Kilns The Death Valley Wildrose Charcoal Kilns, located on Charcoal Kiln Road near Telescope Peak in […]

Telescope Peak Summit from Charcoal Kilns | Death Valley, California

Visitor Guide 2020-2021 Death Valley Visitor Guide Telescope Peak Summit from Charcoal Kilns | Death Valley National Park, California Area Satellite View North Satellite View South Satellite View Overview – Telescope Peak Summit from Wildrose Charcoal Kilns, Death Valley, California The View from Telescope Peak Telescope Peak, on the highest ridge of the Panamint Mountain Range […]

Mesquite Dunes at Sunrise | Death Valley National Park, California

Mesquite Dunes at Sunrise | Death Valley National Park, California

The Mesquite Sand Dunes turn every shade of color from white to golden during the hours of sunrise and sunset. But to witness the best display, you’ll need to wander into or out of the midst of the Mesquite Dunes in the dark, either before sunrise or after sunset. And during the time of pitch darkness, you’re either going to risk meeting up with a sidewinder rattlesnake during the warmer months from mid Spring through mid Fall, or getting very cold during the colder months from mid Fall through mid Spring. Route Details: Approx. 1.5 Miles RT; 100 – 200ft Elevation Gain **Wander Among the Dunes** Click image or title above for more…

Mosaic Canyon | Death Valley National Park, California

Mosaic Canyon | Death Valley National Park, California

Though Mosaic Canyon is not a true slot canyon, there are some similarities. The action of water over tens of thousands of years has cut through and polished the solid rock walls into a surface resembling fine marble. Scenes of polished rock recall images of what you’d like to see in the ultimate elaborate marble bathroom or natural swimming pool. In places, there are large polished walls of composite rock forming countless wonderful unique mosaic patterns. Route details: Approx. 2-4 Miles RT; Approx. 900 > 2,000ft **Good Canyon Trail** Click image or title above for more…

Devil’s Racetrack by Mountain Bike | Death Valley National Park, California

Devil’s Racetrack is a dry flat lake bed in Death Valley, technically referred to as a playa, so flat that huge rocks are blown long distances by high winds when ground is wet. During wet, high wind conditions large rocks are moved across the lake bed leaving long tracks that are solidified when the lake bed is later baked in the high desert heat. This adventure journey covered nearly 40 miles of unpaved desert roads by mountain bike. Click image or title above for more…

Titus Canyon Grand Loop by Mountain Bike | Death Valley National Park, California

Visitor Guide 2020-2021 Death Valley Visitor Guide Titus Canyon Grand Loop by Mountain Bike | Death Valley National Park, California Area Satellite View North Satellite View South Satellite View Overview – Titus Canyon Grand Loop by Mountain Bike | Death Valley National Park, California Summary of The Titus Canyon Loop by Mountain Bike The Titus Canyon […]

Tea House and Table Rock | Furnace Creek Ranch | Death Valley National Park, California

Visitor Guide 2020-2021 Death Valley Visitor Guide Tea House and Table Rock | Death Valley National Park, California Area Satellite View North Satellite View South Satellite View Overview – Tea House and Table Rock | Furnace Creek Ranch | Death Valley National Park, California Tea House and Table Rock Circuit – Brief, Convenient Tea House and […]

Return of Lake Manly | Lake in Death Valley | Death Valley National Park, California

Visitor Guide 2020-2021 Death Valley Visitor Guide Return of Lake Manly | Death Valley National Park, California Area Satellite View North Satellite View South Satellite View Overview – Return of Lake Manly (Lake in Death Valley) | Death Valley National Park, California Death Valley’s Spectacular Views from Above Death Valley is known for its spectacular views, […]

Natural Bridge Canyon | Death Valley National Park, California

Natural Bridge Canyon | Death Valley National Park, California

Natural Bridge Canyon in Death Valley National Park, California, contains one of the most massive and spectacular natural bridges I have seen. The entire area was once a huge alluvial fan of composite rock washed down from the Black Mountains above. Over time the fan hardened, and subsequent floods cut through the fan creating a fairly narrow canyon with high sheer vertical wall borders towering up from 40 to 100ft or more on either side. About a mile up the canyon from the parking area at the canyon’s entrance there is a massive natural bridge formed when water tunneled through the composite rock. Route details: Approx. 4 Miles RT
500ft Elevation Gain **Canyon Wash Route** Click image or title above for more…