Mary and I just came back from our 5th Death Valley trip. We have been to this national park more than any other. It is not the closest to our home, but it is near enough, interesting enough, and varied enough to deserve many multiple trips. We had two great sunsets, a spectacular sunrise, and a Desert Gold flower “super bloom.” Here is what we saw.
There is a lot to see and do, but I do have a punch list we need to do every time and I have added two more must see locations. You can do all of this in good light in a three day weekend.
Sunrise at Zabriskie Point
Sunset at the Devil’s Golf Course
Early morning at the sand dunes
We also have infrared cameras that are ideal for mid-day shooting. Taking the Badlands loop hike from Zabdriskie Point gives you a close-up view of Manley Beacon and the Red Cathedral.
Desert Gold Super-bloom
Sunset at Badwater Basin
In peak season staying in the Park is not cheap. We always recommend one nice dinner at the Furnace Creek Inn Dining Room.
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