The Serene Splendor of the Salty Salton Sea

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Salton Sea

The Salton Sea is one of the world's largest inland seas as well as being one of the lowest spots on Earth, sitting at 227 feet (69 meters) below sea level.…Read More »

It is located in southeastern California just north of the rich agricultural lands of the Imperial Valley. The sea lies along the famous San Andreas Fault and occupies the southern part of the Salton Basin and an area that once was the prehistoric Lake Cahuilla.   Less «
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