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If you’re thinking #DeathValley is little more than 5,000 square-miles of badlands all strung together with a whole lotta nothing in between, think again! Straddling the California-Nevada border, Death Valley is one of America’s great #vacation destinations. This is an American #roadtrip like no other, where each twist and turn throws up a new surprise.
Studded with many abandoned mines and crumbling ghost towns, Death Valley is the perfect place to blow the dust off America’s pioneering past. However, it’s the incredible diversity of the natural landscapes which really steals the show. From the lowest point in the USA to #mountains that rise over 11,000 feet, from vast salt pans to cool slot canyons, Death Valley is truly one of the world’s most breathtaking natural treasures.
But don’t just take our word for it. Sit back, press play and enjoy the astonishing sights, sounds and stories of Death Valley!
For now, we hope you enjoy watching this #travel #guide as much as we enjoyed making it.
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0:00 – Death Valley
1:21 – Beatty
2:31 – Father Crowley Vista Point
2:56 – Darwin Falls
3:21 – Panamint Springs
3:43 – Charcoal Kilns
4:00 – Eureka Mine
4:31 – Aguereberry Point
5:00 – Stovepipe Wells
5:54 – Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes
6:23 – Salt Creek Trail
6:41 – Mosaic Canyon
7:14 – Furnace Creek
8:37 – Zabriskie Point
9:01 – Artist’s Palette
9:27 – Devils Golf Course
9:47 – Badwater Basin
10:14 – Dante’s View
10:50 – Titus Canyon
11:17 – Lost Burro Mine
11:54 – The Racetrack (Racetrack Playa)
12:31 – Ubehebe Crater