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Visit Death Valley National Park

Death Valley is one of the most impressive and bleakest spots in North America. It gets very hot in this mountainous desert with summer day temperatures reaching 54 degrees Celsius. The mild and warm winter months are much more comfortable and enjoyable.

Freshwater springs bubble up in places, and the sun plays on the deep reds, purples and golds in the canyon rocks. Among the activities available are scenic drives, hiking, Jeep-trail excursions, camping, interpretive exhibits, guided tours, picnicking, horseback riding and even golf at Furnace Creek. Be sure to visit Badwater Basin at 86 m below sea level, the lowest elevation in the world.

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