DEATH VALLEY NATIONAL PARK
RECORD HIGH TEMP AT PARK134 DEGREES
LOWEST POINT OF PARK (ALSO OF NORTH AMERICA)282 FEET BELOW SEA LEVEL
HOTTEST AND DRIEST PLACE ON CONTINENT#1
Death Valley is on the border of California and Nevada. The park is known for it’s harsh (hot and dry) climate and for being the lowest point in North America. While having those low spots throughout much of the park, Telescope Peak is a mountain in the park that reaches an altitude of 11,049 feet. Death Valley is also the hottest and driest place in North America.
  • THE CONTRAST

    Death Valley offers amazing contrast. The low valley compared to the snow-capped mountains. The dry desert contrasted against the wildlife and vegetation.

  • EXPLORING

    Visitors explore Death Valley in a wide variety of ways… hiking, biking, motorcycling, cars, and off-road vehicles.

  • CAMPING

    Death Valley has many camping options. This includes amenity-rich sites with electrical hookups to backcountry sites away from all civilization.

THE WEATHER
  • It isn't hot! Dry with temps around 70.

  • It's getting hot. By May, the average high temp is 101 degrees.

  • It's hot as balls. July average high temps are 116 degrees.

  • It's less hot but still pretty damn hot until November.

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