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Loved the view...and the ride there. We went in mid October, and needed a heavy jacket. The winds were really blowing!
The area at the top has plenty of parking and amazing views from every angle. Worth the trip!
We had just completed a two week road trip of 10 national parks so I did not expect Death Valley to impress. It did!. Pictures do not do it justice. It has to be seen to really appreciate the vastness, the lack of vegetation, the...More
We looked at various tours to Death Valley from Vegas and they were expensive. So we decided to rent a Mustang for the day and do it ourselves. Great way to do it.
We had to put the roof back up when it went from...More
The views are well worth the twisted drive up the mountain side.
From the top you get the most amazing views down over Death Valley. The sunset up there is stunning too!
Lots of room to park and then just sit and observe, would guess...More
Highly recommend this is the 1st thing you doing DeathValley as it gives you perspective for everything else. Amazing view of the whole basin. The parking lot is right at the viewpoint very little walking for those with mobility issues and the hike out to...More
We drove to this lookout in early October and were incredibly impressed with the panoramic view of Badwater Basin and the Panamints. It's at about 5500' elevation, and the temp was around 54F at the viewpoint, with high winds, while we were there (with high...More
Our last stop at Death Valley at Dante’s View provided the best view of our visit. A steep uphill drive leads to a viewing platform just alongside the ample car park. The views of the salt flats and the valley are awesome and you can...More
The parking lot is adjacent to the viewing point. The lot was not full when I was there, so it was easy to pull up next to the main sign/diorama of the valley and walk 15 feet (5 meters) to the railing at the lookout point.
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