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Death Valley National Park:
Roads and Trails - Backpacking Hikes & Trails
Type of hike:
walk 4x4 road and gravel wash
3 miles to spring in south fork
2200 feet to spring
park at top of alluvial fan, 5 miles up Hanaupah Canyon Rd.
Vehicle needed: high-clearance to mouth of canyon; 4x4 needed beyond
Telescope Peak and Hanaupah Canyon 7.5 minute topos
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.
Hanaupah Canyon Fault ScarpThis bluff marks the trace of the Hanaupah Canyon fault. At this point it is ...