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Death Valley National Park:
Roads and Trails - Backpacking Hikes & Trails

Fall Canyon

Stovepipe Wells Area
    Difficulty: moderately strenuous

    Type of hike:
    informal path first mile, then gravel wash and rock scrambling.

    Distance:
    3 miles to first dry fall; 6 miles to second dry fall.

    Elevation gain:
    1400 feet to first dry fall

    Water: no

    Start:
    parking area at mouth of Titus Canyon (west end)

    Vehicle needed: all vehicles

    Maps:
    Fall Canyon 7.5 minute topo

    Comments:
    Narrow canyon with high walls, similar to Titus. From parking area, hike north along base of mountains 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.

Day Hike

    Fall Canyon

    Spectacular wilderness canyon near Titus Canyon. Follow informal path ...

Trip Report

    Fall Canyon

    Many people consider Fall Canyon to be the best canyon in Death Valley, ...

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