Popular Trips in Death Valley National Park

Popular Trips in Death Valley National Park
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Darwin Falls Canyon
by jtscwhitney on Feb 16, 2014
Canyoneering | 4.4 miles
Went Canyoneering down Darwin Falls Canyon with Brandon, Marisa, Bob, Kevin, Carl, Todd and Desiree.  Darwin Falls Canyon is one those canyons where you think..."Only 2 rappels, on the opposite side of Death Valley from Vegas, gonna get wet up to your waist (beta says)...how good could it be and is it worth the trouble".  Well, let me say it is an awesome canyon oasis in the middle of the desert.  It has...
Humperdinck Canyon
by szr on Feb 15, 2014
California, United States
6.5 miles
Coffin Canyon
by szr on Feb 16, 2014
United States
4.6 miles
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Rainbow Canyon
by szr on Feb 17, 2014
California, United States
2.4 miles
Towne Peak - Panamint Mountains
by traildust on Feb 21, 2009
Skidoo, California, United States
9.1 miles
Hiked over Towne Peak to the SA-16 Albatross.
Trail Peak
by Mikey. on Aug 17, 2013
Bartlett, California, United States
5.6 miles
Distance: 6.5 miles     Elevation gain/loss: 1793 ft / 1838 ft     Moving time: 2:35     Moving speed: 2.2 mph                     Our warm up hike the day before we hiked Mt. Whitney. Started from Horseshoe Meadows at the Trail Pass/Cottonwood Pass trailhead going west then crossed Horseshoe Meadow and into the forest. Continued until we reached the PCT and then went north for a couple switchbacks. From here we left the trail and went Xcountry straight...
Death Valley 2012
by mylifeofreilly on Mar 29, 2012
Panamint Springs, California, United States
302 miles
Pyramid Peak (Death Valley)
by rmetchev on Nov 29, 2013
California, United States
9.6 miles
Corkscrew Peak (Death Valley)
by rmetchev on Nov 30, 2013
Chloride City, California, United States
7.2 miles
Desolation Canyon, Death Valley National Park
by calipidder on Nov 22, 2009
Furnace Creek, California, United States
2.8 miles
About a mile south of Golden Canyon is a nondescript dirt road that leads about a half a mile to a featureless dead-end turnaround. Prior to the 2004 floods you could continue another half mile to the mouth of Desolation Canyon, but the floods obliterated any signs of road and now you'll have to hoof it on foot from the dead end road to Desolation Canyon.Desolation lives up to its name -...

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