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From sand dunes to salt flats, Death Valley is home to unique landscapes that will have you guessing if you are still in the US. Known for its extreme conditions, Death Valley boasts the hottest reliably recorded temperature on Earth, an unimaginable 130 degrees Fahrenheit, taken at the Furnace Creek Visitor Center in July 2021.
Though the unbearable heat may turn away visitors during peak summer months, Death Valley offers year-round activities and opportunities to explore its vast desert landscape. The desert is a unique environment home to remarkably resilient wildlife, stunning rock formations, and breathtakingly clear night skies.
- Backcountry driving
- Scenic drives
Death Valley offers an incredibly unique hiking experience. From traditional trails with views of stunning rock formations and colorful mountainsides to the mysterious and otherworldly salt flats to dunes that make you feel like you are in another country entirely, Death Valley promises unforgettable memories.
- Salt Creek Trail
- Badwater Salt Flat
- Natural Bridge
- Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes
Death Valley has campgrounds scattered throughout the vast park. Due to the size of the park, we suggested planning your camping around the activities and days you wish to do them. Follow the link below for information on reservations and other campsite questions.
- Furnace Creek Campground
- Sunset Campground
- Texas Springs Campground
- Stovepipe Wells Campground
- Mesquite Spring Campground
THE DEATH VALLEY BAR
MEET OUR DARK CHOCOLATE COCOA NIBS BAR
Pure perfection, this bar is a timeless classic for the true chocolate lover. We kept it simple and sweet with this treat, mixing solely 74% single origin Ecuadorian Chocolate with cocoa nibs.
REVEL IN THE MOMENT
Best enjoyed in good company fireside, under the open sky or on a break between switchbacks.
74% single origin Ecuadorian chocolate, cocoa nibs