Death Valley National Park

Size: 3,400,000 Acres

Overview: Salt flats, canyons, and sand dunes make up the diverse and extreme landscape of Death Valley. Drought and intense summer heat are characteristic of this below-sea-level basin. In addition you will find mammoth snowcapped peaks and huge fields of wildflowers fed by the occasional rainstorm making Death Valley a land of stunning contrasts. Both wildlife and human visitors can find refuge in dense oases, home to tiny fish. Contrary to its grim name, a wide range of life has found a way to thrive in Death Valley.

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