Aguereberry Point

Death Valley National Park, California 92328

Distance6.4mi
Elevation Gain1,584ft
Trailhead Elevation5,000ft
Top6,301ft
Elevation Min/Max4958/6301ft
Elevation Start/End5000/5000ft

Aguereberry Point

Aguereberry Point is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Inyo County, California. It is within Death Valley National Park. It is 6.4 miles long and begins at 5,000 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 12.8 miles with a total elevation gain of 1,584 feet. The trail ends near the Aguereberry Point (elevation 6,286 feet) viewpoint.

Aguereberry Point Professional Reviews and Guides

"This out-and-back, 13-mile round-trip ride takes you into the high desert of Death Valley. The first mile is level, and then you'll begin climbing -- gradually for two miles and then steeply to the top. The return requires good bike handling ability due to the fast and sometimes rough nature of the descent. Except for some washboarding, this hardpacked two-wheel-drive dirt road is in good condition. Beautiful view of Death Valley from Aguereberry Point."

"Two short hikes feature spectacular views from high on the
edge of the Panamint Range overlooking Death Valley.
Eureka Mine provides an excellent view of a gold miner’s
life in the last century.

At the parking area you have arrived at a spectacular spot in the Panamint Range, looking out at Death Valley. An information sign at the trailhead provides the history of the Basque miner who developed the Eureka mine and created this road to share the view. After your drive through the rolling foothills, this perch is breathtaking."

"Two short hikes feature spectacular views from high on the edge of the Panamint Range overlooking Death Valley. Eureka Mine provides a view of a miner’s life in the last century.

At the parking area, you have arrived at a spectacular spot in the Panamint Range, looking out at Death Valley. An information sign at the trailhead provides the history of the Basque miner who developed the Eureka mine and created this road to share the view. After your trip through the rolling foothills, this perch is breathtaking."

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Trail Information

Death Valley National Park
Nearby City
Death Valley National Park
Parks
Furnace Creek Visitor Center; (760) 786-3200; www.nps.gov/deva
Local Contacts
NPS Death Valley Visitors Map; Trails Illustrated Death Valley National Park Map; USGS Wildrose Peak-CA
Local Maps