The largest US National Park outside Alaska, Death Valley in summer is one of the hottest deserts on Earth. The park is surprisingly varied, however, with salt flats, dunes, canyons and even mountains.
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Sunset in Death Valley,
from near Titus Canyon

Salt flats at Badwater,
Death Valley National Park

The Manly Beacon from
Zabriskie Point, before dawn

Titus Canyon

Sunrise behind the dunes
at Stovepipe Wells


First light on the dunes in
Death Valley National Park

The Panamint mountains seen from
Zabriskie Point, early in winter

The Grapevine mountains,
seen at twilight

Hiking in Fall Canyon

Sand dunes in Death Valley

Road to Stovepipe Wells

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