Hiking and Camping in Death Valley

Hiking and Camping in Death Valley

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With six mountain ranges and 93 percent untrammelled wilderness, California’s Death Valley National Park—one of the largest national parks in the United States—is best discovered in a pair of hiking boots. Explore canyons, vast dune fields, ancient lava flows, high alpine forests, scenic mountains, and the rich history of the American West as you spend your days hiking the park’s extraordinarily diverse landscapes. At night, rest easy at your basecamp and enjoy delicious dinners by campfire before retiring to your tent under a blanket of stars. Join us for this Death Valley trip of a lifetime.

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Hiking and Camping in Death Valley
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  • Have a wonderful outdoor experience while you enjoy comforts like showers and cosy sleeping amenities, even while camping.
  • Explore Death Valley National Park on foot – hike some most iconic and classic treks under the watchful eye of your expert leader who knows all the best spots.
  • Take an easy hike to one of the most tremendous sights in Death Valley National Park, Darwin Falls, a spring-fed waterfall in the driest place on earth.
  • Hike to the trailhead of Golden Canyon and Gower Gulch, a classic Death Valley hiking loop that ventures deep into the Badlands of the Amargosa Mountains.
  • Head deep into the very spine of the park, the tree-clad Panamint Mountains, and take on the challenge of mighty 9000-foot Wildrose Peak.


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