By: Bill Cunningham & Polly Burke
From the wide-open salt flats of the Badwater Basin, where you'll find the lowest point in the continental United States, to narrow, twisting canyons with walls that have been beautifully sculpted by wind and water, Death Valley National Park is a surprising and wonderful place to explore. The hikes described in this handy little guidebook will lead you to salt flats, canyons, and other scenic spots within the park, including mining sites, springs, and towering sand dunes.
Best Easy Day Hikes Death Valley includes concise descriptions and detailed maps of 23 short, easy-to-follow routes within the park. Some hike descriptions include options that will enable you to extend your trek if you choose. So pack lots of water and a wide-brimmed hat and enjoy an easy desert adventure.