The Best Dayhikes in Death Valley National Park | Hiking in Death Valley


Death Valley views

A sunset view of Death Valley

Death Valley National Park is a year-round hiking playground, and as you might imagine, offers even more options in the winter and spring than the hot summer months. If you are looking for a fall-through-spring destination, this could be your Shangri-la.

“People expect flat, boring landscapes,” says Death Valley National Park Ranger Tom Arnold, “but there are also 11,000-foot mountains and sand dunes. It’s an unexpected gem with an endless amount of adventure.”

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Arnold explains that the hiking in Death Valley is different, unique and unusual. “It’s like the Wild West of hiking, so you should start slow and easy to get a feel for it.”

Looking for the best that Death Valley National Park has to offer? Start with these recommendations from an expert, from peakbagging hikes to treks over the dunes.

Gower Gulch Death Valley

Hikers heading into Gower Gulch

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