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Death Valley National Park
Hottest, Driest, Lowest: Death Valley is a land of extremes. It is one of the hottest places
on the surface of the Earth with summer temperatures averaging well over 100 degrees
Fahrenheit. It encompasses the
in the Western Hemisphere at 282 feet below sea level, and it is the driest place
in North America with an average rainfall of only 1.96 inches a year.
Death Valley MapInteractive maps of Death Valley and the greater Death Valley region
Death Valley PhotosPhotos of many popular locations, points of interest, features, and attractions in Death Valley ...
Death Valley Ghost Towns & Gold MinesWhere and why they were here ...
Death Valley History & CultureReaching as far back as nearly 12,000 years.
Death Valley Roads & TrailsHighways, main roads, 4x4 and backcountry ... Interpretive trails, day hikes, backpacking ...
Death Valley Ecology & GeologyWhy Death Valley is what it is and how everything worked together for life not only to exist, but in some cases, thrive in this harsh and contrasting environment.
Mesquite Flats sand dunes