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The view from Dante’s View is beyond words. It’s incredible how vast Death Valley is and this is one of the best views you can get if it. My wife and I were at a loss for words when we went here. Definitely a must...More
The views are wonderful at Dante’s View. We drove about 45 minutes from Furnace Creek Visitor Center. It is high elevation so the temperature was good for short hikes. We had a short hike at Dante’s View. A RV isn’t allowed because the road is...More
We've been here on a cooler December day, but this time it was a toasty warm May afternoon. The swirling dust throughout the dunes below made the view even more surreal. We were again in awe of the evidence of the forces of water at...More
Although the drive may take awhile, the change in elevation makes this a wonderful retreat from the heat of Death Valley's floor.
If the conditions are windy, you may not get to see the amazing view of this expansive valley. This is a great place...More
I wouldn't walk so long (it requires quite an amount of water to drink per head) that it can be painful. Normally the road is blocked because of storms meaning you can face one of them while hiking and there is not too much... More
I wouldn't walk so long (it requires quite an amount of water to drink per head) that it can be painful. Normally the road is blocked because of storms meaning you can face one of them while hiking and there is not too much where to hide