This beautiful drive through the Panamint high-country winds through dozens of vista points, ghost towns, forests, and more!Read More
What better way to enjoy the summer heat than to take a scenic hike to one of the Park's tallest waterfalls!
Striking waterfalls give welcome relief to the summer heat!Read More
One of the mysteries of the valley, the sliding rocks of the Racetrack have never been observed in motion!
A visit to Ubehebe Crater is an excellent sidetrip from Scotty's Castle.Read More
Most desert creatures are nocturnal or secretive and are seldom seen---with the exception of coyotes, ravens, ants, and flies. Desert bighorn sheep, mountain lions, and deer inhabited in the mountains surrounding Panamint Valley long before humans arrived on the scene several thousand years ago.
Without rain there can be no wildflowers, so we here at Deathvalley.com want to thank Ms. Schultz for sharing a photo she caught of a rare full double rainbow last October on highway 190 (full size below). We are fairly certain that this rainbow was part of the storm that caused so much havock and yet is directly responsible for this year's superbloom.