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Death Valley National Park

Straddling California and Nevada, Death Valley is the lowest, hottest, and driest point in North America. Despite its foreboding name and extreme temperatures, the park is home to a range of flora and fauna adapted to the harsh desert environment, as well as striking natural features like the sand dunes of Mesquite Flat and the colorful rocks of Artists Palette.

Top Feature: Badwater Basin - the lowest point in North America

Fun Fact

This park contains the lowest point in North America, Badwater Basin, which is 282 feet below sea level.

  1. Summer temperatures are extremely high, sometimes exceeding 120°F.

  2. Cell service is minimal.

  3. Be prepared with plenty of water and fuel; facilities are far apart.

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