Best Trails Near Furnace Creek CA
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Best Trails Near Furnace Creek CA

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Furnace Creek has 31 trails in the vicinity, including 21 hiking trails, 11 for walking and 21 for other activities. These trails range from 0.25 to 55 miles in length. The longest trail in Furnace Creek is Butte Valley and Goler Canyon Drive a well-known trail measuring 55 miles in total length. The most popular trails are Death Valley National Park: Zabriskie Point, Death Valley National Park: Dante's View and Funeral Range Trail. Trails.com member Jim S. recently completed Death Valley National Park: Badwater Basin.
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Titus Canyon is one of the most popular dirt roads within Death Valley National Park, ...
Take this hike for a self-guided interpretive hike into colorful geologic history. Layers ...
Take this scenic drive to a breathtaking view over Death Valley, with an optional short ...
Few places on this planet play with color, light, and shadow the way the colorful badlands ...
This is the lowest, driest, and hottest place in the Western Hemisphere, home to endangered ...
The undulating trail to Chloride City sees little vehicle traffic. Located on the eastern ...
This trip takes you through a surprising and remote labyrinth of slot canyons in the Black ...
Texas Spring is spread out over several small loops. Small trees and shrubs are interspersed ...
Sunset is a large gravel parking lot without trees or other vegetation, but it has a good ...
Furnace Creek is the only campground in Death Valley with trees large enough to shade ...
Finding the campground: From the Furnace Creek Visitor Center, drive about 24 miles northwest ...
Scotty’s Castle, an elaborate Spanish-style mansion built in 1922 by a Chicago millionaire, ...
This tour climbs from about -165 feet in Death Valley to almost 4,000 feet in Butte Valley, ...
The 400-foot-high gap called Hole-in-the-Wall and, if you hike beyond road’s end, views ...
This difficult trail travels through the spectacular Funeral Mountains, part of the larger ...
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