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56
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2
Off-Highway Drives
3
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Death Valley has 60 trails in the vicinity, including 56 hiking trails, 2 for off-highway drives and 3 for other activities. These trails range from 1 to 36.6 miles in length. The longest trail in Death Valley is Steel Pass Drive a well-known trail measuring 36.6 miles in total length. The most popular trails are Steel Pass Drive, Desolation Canyon and Darwin Falls. Trails.com member Riley M. recently completed Steel Pass Drive.
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Badwater is less of a hike and more of a must-do walking excursion for visitors to Death ...
These volcanic craters are a fascinating geology lesson on the forces that helped form ...
Titus Canyon contains the most popular backcountry road in the park. The rough four-wheel-drive ...
These remote sand dunes in a spectacular wilderness setting rise more than 150 feet and ...
This is an easily accessible, waterless, out-and-back canyon hike with layered colorbanded ...
This short, easy hike offers magnificent panoramic views of the highest and lowest points ...
The Ashford (Golden Treasure) Mine was discovered in 1907 and was sold a few years later ...
This out-and-back hike leads you down a rocky canyon in the Funeral Mountains to an 80-foot ...
Shoreline Butte, rising from the valley floor at the Narrows, is a solitary 650-foot hill, ...
Unofficially named, but locally known as Kaleidoscope Canyon, this is one of Death Valley’s ...
A long, challenging canyon loop in the wild, lightly visited Owlshead Mountains; these ...
A short stroll takes you to a desert oasis. Saratoga Spring is a spectacular surprise ...
These remote sand dunes in a spectacular wilderness setting rise more than 150 feet and ...
The Racetrack is more of an experience had by walking than by hiking. There is no real ...
These sand dunes cover more than 14 square miles, the largest area of any of the seven ...
This short hike has everything going for it in a compact package. Within only 1 mile you’ll ...
Nothing about the view from the Badwater Road suggests the surprises that await you on ...
A short stroll takes you to a desert oasis. Saratoga Spring is a spectacular surprise ...
The Grandstand is a high mound of dark rock contrasting dramatically within the gleaming ...
The Nemo Canyon hike takes you on a gentle downhill traverse through open desert along ...
Desolation Canyon is a highly scenic but less crowded alternative to the nearby Golden ...
On your way to Mesquite Springs, stop at the legendary Mad Greek’s Restaurant in Baker ...
This vigorous hike on the eastern slopes of the Panamint Range includes a diverse canyon ...
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