Death Valley National Park

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There are few constructed trails here, but in a place this desolate you usually don't need them. Most hiking routes in the park are cross-country, up canyons, or along ridges. Although footing can be rough and rocky (wear boots), and dry falls may need to be scaled, thick brush is uncommon.

Source: National Park Service
Trail length: 0 miles
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  • Posted by JohnH on April 1, 2012


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    Reviewed by Scott Anderson on January 30, 2015

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    We went in December when the temps were cooler and the crowds thinner. They had had torrential rains a few days before we arrive so the humidity was thick (not so great) and the clouds heavy which made the views even more spectacular.
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