Hell on Earth: Image Tour of Death Valley

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Credit: National Park Service

Death Valley has been described by some as the "path to hell" for its extreme temperatures, droughts and otherworldly…Read More »

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which lie some 282 feet (86 meters) below sea level the second lowest point in the western hemisphere. Yet this unique desert place of bizarre, rugged vistas and 2-mile-high mountaintops is a sensual feast of ever-changing colors at sunrises and sunsets. It beckons the human spirit to come, to see and to experience one of Earth's truly special places.   Less «
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