A Falcon Guide to Death Valley National Park: A Guide to Exploring the Great Outdoors

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Globe Pequot, 2005 - Travel - 160 pages
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A visit to Death Valley National Park in California does not have to stop with a quick walk to Badwater, the lowest elevation in the Western Hemisphere. Biking, bird watching, camping, rock climbing, hiking, and scenic driving tours abound in this remarkable and ancient landscape. The authors use their years of experience at Death Valley to guide readers to the best recreational opportunities and provide an appreciation of the monument's natural history.
 

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Contents

Overview
1
Introduction
7
Map Legend
26
Hikes and Drives North of Furnace Creek Visitor Center 1 Harmony Borax Works
27
Salt Creek Nature Trail
31
Keane Wonder Mine
35
Chloride City and Chloride Cliff
37
Titus Canyon
38
Hikes and Drives South of Furnace Creek Visitor Center 10 Zabriskie Point
57
Twenty Mule Team Canyon
60
Willow Spring 69
61
Natural Bridge 81
63
West Side Road 87
64
Hikes and Drives East Southwest and North of Stovepipe Wells 21 Death Valley Dunes and Devils Cornfield
94
Marble Canyon
97
Mosaic Canyon
101

Rhyolite Ghost Town
41
Scottys Castle
45
Ubehebe Crater
49
The Racetrack and Grandstand
53
Panamint Dunes
117
Lodging and Campgrounds
133
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About the author (2005)

Bert and Jane Gildart are hikers, writers, and photographers who specialize in outdoor recreation. They are authors of Best Easy Day Hikes Shenandoah National Park and Shenandoah National Park Pocket Guide (both FalconGuides). 

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