Death Valley formed by earthquake is a strange work of nature. Looking ahead, there are sand flats, jagged valleys, glittering crystals left behind by the lake's drying up, a barren scene. It's hot and hot here (49 degrees in summer). We had 45 degrees on that day, and it's dry and rainy. Remember to bring more water. It's not like the Grand Canyon where water can be supplied everywhere. Often it takes a long time to run, and the sand dunes in Death Valley are very special - "after the surrounding rocks have been eroded, fine quartz particles have fallen one after another. They drifted around in piles and eventually formed dunes. But there are more than 1,000 plants growing here, of which 50 are endemic.
California Death Valley National Park, the largest national park in the United States, is one of the lowest and driest areas in the world. Golden Canyon is also worth seeing. Especially the mountains at the entrance are iron red, turning into gold, which is quite tempting.
Located in southeastern California, it's about two hours'drive from Las Vegas and can be back on the day of the self-driving tour. Along Highway 190 across the National Park, there are few cars on the road, and if we don't pay attention, we will drive faster. There are even police inspections, and we are checked out by the police. Summer is not suitable for traveling to Death Valley. It's too hot.
The shoe was full of sand but never felt the natural scenery.
Death Valley is also her dangerous terrain, just the intersection of the valley, the scenery is infinite.
Death Valley is not far from Las Vegas. It's 200 kilometers away. It's a good one-day tourist destination from Las Vegas. Except for winter, other seasons are really honorable for its Death Valley. It's going to kill people. Death Valley is the largest national park in the United States, but because it is so hot most of the time that birds fall, it is totally unable to get out of the car and hike. If winter comes, have a good time. This is the tenderest time in Death Valley.