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Death Valley National Park:
Roads and Trails - Backpacking Hikes & Trails
Fall CanyonStovepipe Wells Area
Type of hike:
informal path first mile, then gravel wash and rock scrambling.
3 miles to first dry fall; 6 miles to second dry fall.
1400 feet to first dry fall
parking area at mouth of Titus Canyon (west end)
Vehicle needed: all vehicles
Fall Canyon 7.5 minute topo
Narrow canyon with high walls, similar to Titus. From parking area, hike north along base of mountains ½ mile to large wash , then up into Fall Canyon. At 3 miles you reach a dry fall, which can be passed on the south side with moderate difficulty. Day -use is heavy below dry falls. Backpackers should plan on camping beyond that point. No camping within 2 miles of the road.
Fall CanyonSpectacular wilderness canyon near Titus Canyon. Follow informal path ...
Fall CanyonMany people consider Fall Canyon to be the best canyon in Death Valley, ...