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Death Valley Travel Guide

Death Valley is a depression in the Mojave Desert that is about 130 miles long and six to fourteen miles wide. The Badwater basin within Death Valley is 282 feet below sea level, making it the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere. Death Valley is located in Southeast California near the California-Nevada border.

Hotels in Death Valley
Includes information about the Furnace Creek Resort, Stovepipe Wells Village, the Amargosa Opera House and Hotel, Panamint Springs Resort, and hotels in nearby Beatty Nevada.

Wikipedia Introduction to Death Valley
Article with information about the geology, climate, history of Death Valley, California. Also includes information about Lake Badwater and Manly Glacial Lake.

Death Valley National Park
Official United States National Parks Service Web site for Death Valley National Park. Includes trip planning information, photos, and information aout the history and culture of Death Valley.

Mountains Ranges Bordering Death Valley
East: Amargosa Mountains
West: Panamint Mountains
North: Sylvania Mountains
South: Owlshead Mountains

Places in and Near Death Valley
Amargosa Chaos
Amargosa Opera House
Amargosa Pupfish Station
Artist's Drive and Palette
Badwater Basin
Black Mountains
Ghost Towns in Death Valley
Harmony Borax Works
Kean Wonder Mine
Ghyolite Ghost Town
Scotty's Castle I
Scotty's Castle II
Wildrose Charcoal Kilns
China Ranch
Crankshaft Junction
Dante's View
Darwin Falls
Devil's Cornfield
Devil's Golf Course
Emigrant Ranger Station
Eureka Valley
Eureka Valley Sand Dunes
Father Crowley Viewpoint
Furnace Creek
Furnace Creek Campground
Furnace Creek Golf Course
Furnace Creek Inn
Furnace Creek Ranch
Grapevine Ranger Station
Hells Gate
Hog Ranch Mountains
Lake Manly
Lower Noonday Camp
Mesquite Sand Dunes
Mesquite Springs
Mosaic Canyon
Mushroom Rock
Myers Ranch
Natural Bridge Canyon
Panamint Range
Racetrack Playa
Ranch House Inn
Red Cathedral
Russell Camp
Ryan Widow
Saline Valley
Salt Creek
Saratoga Springs
Shoreline Butte
Stovepipe Wells
Tecopa Hot Springs
Telescope Peak
Titus Canyon
Ubehebe Crater
Upper Noonday Camp
Ventifact Ridge
West Side Borax Camp
Wildrose Ranger Station
Wilson Ranch
Zabriskie Point

More Death Valley Resources
Death Valley Dot Com

See also
The Deserts of California
More About Inyo County
Other Attractions in California

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