Route 66 - Detour - California - Death Valley Nationalpark

Approach: From Barstow over I-15, turn on Highway 127 pass Shoeshone. Fraom Las Vegas over Highway 160, apss Pahrump
Travel Time: Spring, Fall, Winter avoid noon and summer
Fee: $20 per vehicle for 7days
Description: Death Valley is partly below sea level, it is one of the driest us hottest national parks in the United States.
Lodging: Furnance Creek Inn, Furnnace Creek Resort, Furnnace Creek Ranch, Panamint Springs Resort, Stovepipe Wells Village
Website: Website
Death Valley
Death Valley
Death Valley
Death Valley
Death Valley

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located on parts of California and Nevada. The National Park is located in the Mojave Desert, so the Death Valley National Park is one of the driest park in the United States. Some part of the park are below sea level.

Death Valley is so named because in 1849 two groups of travelers with about 100 cars have searched for the abbreviation of the Old Spanish Trail. They got lost in Death Valley. They were forced to eat their oxen and to use their cars as firewood. They made it but alive out of the valley. When they had done that, to the valley a woman: have “Goodbye Death Valley” shouted. There are always times again perished over the years, travelers in Death Valley, because they had lost and mainly because they did not have enough water here.

In Death Valley there is much to discover, you can drive a lot of gravel roads to all the wonderful places there. If you want to explore Death Valley fully, then you should take 3 days.