Eureka Dunes

Eureka Dunes

Miles If you crave a wilderness experience of solitude, silence, and stark beauty, than the Eureka Dunes, in the remote Eureka Valley of Death Valley National Park, are calling your name.  At more than 680 feet, they are the tallest dunes in California and the second...
Ubehebe Crater

Ubehebe Crater

Miles Elevation Gain (ft) Death Valley shows off some of its diversity with the volcanic craters know as Ubehebe and Little Hebe, which exhibit colorful erosion and a lunar-esque landscape that is an excellent side trip as you make your way to Scotty’s Castle or the...
Wildrose Peak Trail

Wildrose Peak Trail

Miles Elevation Gain (ft) Wildrose Peak Trail provides grand views of Death Valley to the east and Panamint Valley to the west.  It is a somewhat strenuous hike that can be completed in half a day, and is an attractive option for those looking to gain some perspective...
Mosaic Canyon

Mosaic Canyon

Miles Elevation Gain (ft) Not far from Stovepipe Wells, Mosaic Canyon is a moderate hike where you choose how far you want to go.  With wide washes, sections of narrow canyon with marbled walls, and even some dry falls to scramble up and over, there is a lot to like...
Mesquite Flat Dunes

Mesquite Flat Dunes

Miles The most popular and accessible dune system in the park, the Mesquite Dunes are an adult sand box where the trail is wherever you walk and you can go as far as your heart desires.  Not to be missed, the dunes are an excellent spot to walk the sunrise or set or...

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