Death Valley National Park occupies over 3 million acres on the border of California and Nevada. This desolate area isn’t what comes to mind when you think of the most beautiful places in the world, but those that make the 2.5-hour trek from the hustle and bustle of Las Vegas are in for an unexpected treat. Based on our time in the park, here are a few reasons why you should add Death Valley to your list of travel destinations!
Even though hiking in Death Valley National Park may seem like an activity that you may want to intentionally avoid, adventures like the Golden Canyon Trail are outstanding ways to get up close and personal with the desert landscape.
Andrew traveled to Death Valley National Park in February 2016. We asked him for his thoughts on the park, and here is what he wrote.