Death Valley Crossing | Death Valley National Park, California

Death Valley Crossing | Death Valley National Park, California

What’s out there in the middle of Death Valley? People want to know first hand. Case in point:: The constant procession of Badwater visitors walking out into the desert as far as they can go during their visit. Death Valley draws you in, but nearly everyone turns around after just a quarter mile. See what it’s like to go from Badwater to the very middle of Death Valley and then a little beyond. What will you experience? What do you need to know?

Mesquite Grove | Furnace Creek | Death Valley National Park, California

Mesquite Grove | Death Valley, California | David Smith | Las Vegas Area Trails

Mesquite Grove in Death Valley National Park, California, is a huge crescent-shaped grove of desert mesquite trees stretching from the North side of Furnace Creek to the South side of Golden Canyon. The grove is so huge that it is visible from the distant summits of Wildrose Peak and Telescope Peak in the Panamint Mountains across Death Valley. Mesquite Grove, often overlooked, contains hidden wonders and is worth some exploration.

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