Death Valley National Park

From our First visit into Death Valley we fell in love with it’s unusual views and arid trails.  We say unusual because Steve and I grew up in wetter, greener locals.  The desert calls and we answer.  We’ve been back a few times for hiking, biking, canyoneering and photography.

Goldwell Outdoor Museum just outside of Death Valley National Park is home to some very interesting sculptures.

Goldwell Outdoor Museum just outside of Death Valley National Park is home to some very interesting sculptures. Here is the website for the museum.  http://goldwellmuseum.org/about-goldwell/permanent-collection


Leadfield Ghost Town in Death Valley National Park is home to many colors, the predominant one is rust.

Heading into Death Valley along the Titus Canyon Road


Lust and green, Darwin Falls is located in Panamint Springs Area in Death Valley National Park.

What a welcome site this must have been for the weary Desert Travelers.  It was for me.  I took off my shoes and enjoyed the cool spring water and squish of mud between my toes.


One of many mine shafts in Death Valley National Park

Many mine shafts in Death Valley remain.


Joshua Trees can be found in Death Valley. This one has a nice backdrop of the Sierras and Lone Pine.

Death Valley Joshua Tree


Titus Canyon Road is a one-way road, Hwy 374, beginning west of the town of Beatty, Nevada, going by Rhyolite Ghost Town and ending in Death Valley.

White Pass along Titus Canyon Road


Gorgeous and colorful mountain views in Death Valley National Park.

Death Valley has many gorgeous views.


Mosaic Wash Trail in Death Valley National Park

Steve is up the trail and to the right.


Donna Fullerton in Death Valley National Park above Mosaic Canyon.

Donna’s hike to a point above the Valley off Mosaic Canyon Trail.

Here are some Desert shots beginning with our trip in 2009

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