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

Hanaupah Canyon

    Difficulty: moderately strenuous

    Type of hike:
    walk 4x4 road and gravel wash

    Distance:
    3 miles to spring in south fork

    Elevation gain:
    2200 feet to spring

    Water: yes

    Start:
    park at top of alluvial fan, 5 miles up Hanaupah Canyon Rd.

    Vehicle needed: high-clearance to mouth of canyon; 4x4 needed beyond

    Maps:
    Telescope Peak and Hanaupah Canyon 7.5 minute topos

    Comments:
    At top of alluvial fan, the road drops into the rocky wash and becomes 4x4. Walk to the road end then continue up canyon to the old mining area and spring.

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