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Amazing Death Valley Drone Footage

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Amazing Death Valley Drone Footage covers a lot of Death Valley National Park which straddles eastern California and Nevada. ✅ Explore Great Death Valley Salt Flats Boondocking Tips https://ourbigescape.com/10-great-death-valley-salt-flats-boondocking-tips/ ✅ Learn more about Death Valley Drone Video Flight Tips https://ourbigescape.com/2-huge-death-valley-drone-video-flight-tips/ 🔴 Subscribe to Our Big Escape Channel for more videos just like this: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCui8qQuvNXnj5ssL5Y9nDuA?sub_confirmation=1 WHAT IS DEATH VALLEY KNOWN FOR? The national park is known for Titus Canyon, and Badwater Basin’s salt flats which is North America's lowest elevation. Telescope Peak Trail, the spiky salt mounds known as the Devil’s Golf Course, and Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes. ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS ABOUT DEATH VALLEY 1. Is Death Valley Worth Visiting? Absolutely! Death Valley is the largest national park outside of Alaska, with a great mix of both Wilderness recreation and backcountry driving opportunities. The park is over 93% federally protected Wilderness and has more than 1,000 miles of paved and dirt roads. 2. What is the Best Time to go to Death Valley? Death Valley is well-known for its blistering summer temperatures. For that reason, the best time of year to visit is what's considered the offseason in most other parks: mid-October to mid-May. 3. Is There A Fee To Enter Death Valley? Death Valley National Park is open every day of the year. Entrance fees vary. For $20, passengers in noncommercial vehicles (cars, trucks and vans) can leave and re-enter the park as many times as they wish for a seven-day period. For $10, an individual traveling on foot, motorcycle or bicycle can do the same. 4. How Hot Can it Get in Death Valley? The world record highest air temperature of 134°F was recorded at Furnace Creek on July 10, 1913. Summer temperatures often top 120°F in the shade with overnight lows dipping into the 90s°F. 5. Does Anybody Live in Death Valley? Beauty abounds in this arid wilderness, now a 3,000-square-mile national park--largest in the continental United States and home to about 525 people. 6. Best Death Valley Sunset Death Valley Zabriskie Point is just a stone's throw from Highway 190. You can park your car next to Zabriskie point and walk up a short-paved hill to enjoy the surreal Zabriskie point sunset. ONE DAY IN DEATH VALLEY NATIONAL PARK 1 – Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes. 2 – Zabriskie Point. 3 – Devil's Golf Course. 4 – Badwater Basin. 5 – Mosaic Canyon. DEATH VALLEY MUST SEE Of course, all of the above. However, 3 days in the park allows you time to see most of its major sights—from Furnace Creek down to Badwater, out to Zabriskie Point and Dante's View, up to Scotty's Castle and Ubehebe Crater, and out to the Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes and Stovepipe Wells. BEST HIKES IN DEATH VALLEY NATIONAL PARK ✷ Zabriskie Point. ✷ Darwin Falls. ✷ Natural Bridge Canyon Trail. ✷ Badwater Salt Flats. ✷ Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes. ✷ Artist's Drive. ✷ Golden Canyon (Gower Gulch Loop). ✷ Ibex Dunes Hike. ✷ Mosaic Canyon Trail. DEATH VALLEY CAMPING 1. Furnace Creek Campground: 136 sites & 18 hook-ups, washrooms, water supply & fire pits. 2. Wildrose Campground: Campers can stay free of charge at campsite with pit toilets, fire pits & scenic views. 3. Mahogany Flat Campground: 10 primitive sites with fire pits & picnic tables. 4. Sunset Campground: 250+ basic sites, plus water, toilets & dump stations. 5. Mesquite Spring Campground: offering spaces for tents & campers, with picnic tables & restroom facilities. FUN FACTS ABOUT DEATH VALLEY ✷ Some STAR WARS scenes were filmed in Golden Canyon ✷ Contrary to its name, Death Valley comes alive with color and life in the spring. ✷ Racetrack Playa is home to one of Death Valley’s most enduring mysteries. Scattered across the bottom of this dry lakebed are hundreds of rocks that leave trails on the ground when they move. ✷ At the top of the sand dunes, you can experience one of the strangest phenomena of the desert: singing sand. ✷ Devils Golf Course -- which got its name because “only the devil could play golf” on its surface -- is a colorful landscape worn by wind and rain into beautiful jagged spires. ✷ Other movies and TV shows filmed at Death Valley include Spartacus, The Twilight Zone and Tarzan. ✷ Finding fish in the desert doesn’t sound possible, but surprisingly there are six species of fish that can survive in the salty waters and harsh conditions of Death Valley. ~~~ Social Media ~~~ 👥 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ARoadtoTravel/ 🐦 Twitter: https://twitter.com/aroadtotravel 📸 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ourbigescape/ P Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ourbigescape
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