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Day Hikes in Death Valley
Salt Creek TrailInterpretive Trail
Length : .5 mile round-trip.
Difficulty : easy
Description : Boardwalk along small stream. Good for viewing rare pupfish and other wildlife. Best in late winter/early spring.
Start : Salt Creek parking area, 1 mile off Hwy 190 on graded gravel road 13.5 miles north of Furnace Creek.
Salt Creek PhotosAt the bottom of Cottonball Basin runs Salt Creek, home of the ...
Salt CreekSalt Creek is a small, short permanent stream with highly variable discharge that has its origin in springs ...
Pupfish - Death Valley WildlifeTiny pupfish are ther remnants of- and living clues to- Death Valley's once wetter past. ...
Desert Creeks & StreamsCreeks and sreams are smaller than, and often tributary to a river, and may be intermittant.