Death Valley National Park: 7 Things to Know Before You Go

Published on January 13, 2022 by

Everything YOU need to know to visit Death Valley National Park. Despite it’s morbid name, Death Valley is actually a great place to visit. Death Valley is the largest national park south of Alaska at over 3 million acres. Death Valley is home to North America’s driest and hottest spot (with fewer than two inches of rain per year and a record high of 134°F). Death Valley also has the lowest elevation on the continent—282 feet below sea level. But yet there’s also mountain peaks at 11,000 feet that get snow.

1 – Death Valley Overview
2 – When to go to Death Valley
3 – Getting in to Death Valley
4 – Getting Around Death Valley
5 – Things to do in Death Valley
6 – What to eat in Death Valley
7 – Where to stay in Death Valley

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