Death Valley National Park Family Guide

Death Valley National Park is the largest national park or monument in the continental United States. The distances are vast, and there is a lot to see, and a lot more that isn't really accessible. In this guide, we take you through the basics of what you need to see on…

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Death Valley National Park Kid Hikes

Death Valley National Parks has a lot of great hikes for families. Though it can be very hot and punishing, there are a few hikes with some shade. There are a lot of trails with a short enough distance that a hat, sunscreen, and some water can get you through. Here's…

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Mosaic Canyon | Death Valley

Mosaic Canyon is one of our favorite hikes in Death Valley National Park. One great thing about this trail is that you can choose the distance that best suits your group. Best of all, this canyon has a variety of fun obstacles and very beautiful scenery. We highly recommend hiking at…

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Ubehebe Crater Trail | Death Valley

Ubehebe Crater is a massive crater created by a volcanic explosion in Death Valley. The crater is 500 feet deep, a half-mile across, and 1.75 miles around. You can do this hike and see the crater from all angles if you like. We walked all the way around the crater, which…

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Harmony Borax Works Trail | Death Valley

Harmony Borax Works Trail is a very short trail in Death Valley National Park. The trailhead can be found just north of Furnace Creek. The hike is like a nature walk through history. The trail is not paved, but it is flat and would be appropriate for wheels. The Harmony Borax…

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Golden Canyon | Death Valley

Golden Canyon is our must-do hike in Death Valley National Park. This hike is mostly flat and easy. The canyon is absolutely beautiful, and there are plenty of places to explore. You can hike as far as you want, or walk briefly into the canyon before turning around. Golden Canyon in…

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