Death Valley National Park in Southern California is home to spectacular landscapes.

Dante's View is the highest point to which you can drive. It offers gorgeous panoramas!

 Zabriskie Point is possibly the best viewpoint in Death Valley. Here you will see otherworldly badlands and views of the Panamint Mountains.

At Badwater Basin, you can walk out onto an enormous expanse of salt flats. It also contains the lowest point in North America!

Artist's Drive is a scenic nine-mile loop, located just off Badwater Road. 

On the drive, the Artist's Palette viewpoint features multi-colored mineral deposits. 

Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes are located just off the road that runs through the park. 

The dunes are fun to climb, for kids and adults alike...and photographers will want to visit at sunrise or sunset for beautiful long shadows.

Mosaic Canyon is a fun moderate hike in Death Valley National Park.

Mosaic Canyon features magnificent marble...

...and mosaic, all created by Nature!

Death Valley is also a Dark Sky Reserve, so the stargazing here is quite extraordinary.

Visit Death Valley in the spring for wildflower bloom. In good bloom years, you will see entire carpets of flowers.

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