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Death Valley National Park: A Guide to Exploring the Great Outdoors (Exploring)

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Located on California's southeastern border with Nevada, Death Valley National Park is the largest national park in the continental United States and includes the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere. Encompassing nearly 3.4 million acres, it's a land of great mystery, beauty, and natural geological oddities, from the lunar landscape of Zabriskie Point and the dramatic colors of Marble Canyon to the heat-crackling stones at the Devils Golf Course and the shifting sands at Eureka, Panamint, and Death Valley Dunes. A FalconGuide® to Death Valley National Park directs you to thirty of the best drives and hikes in this immense and diverse area, showing you where to go and what to do to get the most out of your visit.

Inside you'll find:

detailed maps and trail information

accurate directions from major access points

information about the area's history, ecology, and geology

safety precautions, and how to cope with the heat

Whether you plan to stay for a day or a week, use A FalconGuide® to Death Valley National Park as your guide.

Synopsis:

- Best time of year to visit

- Facilities, fees, and recreational activities

- RV sites and campgrounds

- Nearby points of interest

- Detailed maps of each areaPaddling, biking, bird-watching, camping, rock climbing, hiking, and scenic driving tours are just some of the recreational opportunities in this remarkable national park.


Synopsis:

Discover thirty of the best drives and hikes in this remarkable national park so you'll know where to go and what to do to get the most out of your visit.

Synopsis:

Experience a land of extremes at Death Valley National Park, where summer temperatures average well over 100 degrees Fahrenheit and the average rainfall is only 1.96 inches a year. Home to plants, animals, and human beings that have adapted themselves to take advantage of its rare atmosphere, Death Valley includes the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere at 282 feet below the level of the sea. This guidebook shows you where to go and what to do to get the most out of your time at Death Valley. You'll find: information on campgrounds; detailed maps and directions; driving tours and nature hikes; zero-impact tips. (6 x 9, 176 pages, b&w photos, maps)

Synopsis:

A visit to Death Valley National Park in California does not have to stop with a quick walk to Badwater, the lowest elevation in the Western Hemisphere. Biking, bird watching, camping, rock climbing, hiking, and scenic driving tours abound in this remarkable and ancient landscape. The authors use their years of experience at Death Valley to guide readers to the best recreational opportunities and provide an appreciation of the monument's natural history.

About the Author

Bert and Jane Gildart are hikers, writers, and photographers specializing in outdoor recreation. They live in Bigfork, Montana.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780762728077
Publisher:
FalconGuide
Subject:
Adventure
Author:
Gildart, Jane
Author:
Gildart, Robert C.
Author:
Gildart, Bert
Subject:
Parks & Campgrounds
Subject:
United States - Pacific - California
Subject:
United States - General
Subject:
Outdoors-Camping Guides
Edition Number:
First edition
Edition Description:
First
Series:
Exploring Guides
Publication Date:
20050131
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
31 maps, 26 bandw photos, appendixes
Pages:
160
Dimensions:
9 x 6 in

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Sports and Outdoors » Outdoors » Camping and Hiking » Guides
Travel » North America » United States » California » General
Travel » North America » United States » Western States

Death Valley National Park: A Guide to Exploring the Great Outdoors (Exploring)
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Product details 160 pages Falcon Press Publishing - English 9780762728077 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , - Best time of year to visit

- Facilities, fees, and recreational activities

- RV sites and campgrounds

- Nearby points of interest

- Detailed maps of each areaPaddling, biking, bird-watching, camping, rock climbing, hiking, and scenic driving tours are just some of the recreational opportunities in this remarkable national park.


"Synopsis" by ,
Discover thirty of the best drives and hikes in this remarkable national park so you'll know where to go and what to do to get the most out of your visit.

"Synopsis" by ,
Experience a land of extremes at Death Valley National Park, where summer temperatures average well over 100 degrees Fahrenheit and the average rainfall is only 1.96 inches a year. Home to plants, animals, and human beings that have adapted themselves to take advantage of its rare atmosphere, Death Valley includes the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere at 282 feet below the level of the sea. This guidebook shows you where to go and what to do to get the most out of your time at Death Valley. You'll find: information on campgrounds; detailed maps and directions; driving tours and nature hikes; zero-impact tips. (6 x 9, 176 pages, b&w photos, maps)

"Synopsis" by ,
A visit to Death Valley National Park in California does not have to stop with a quick walk to Badwater, the lowest elevation in the Western Hemisphere. Biking, bird watching, camping, rock climbing, hiking, and scenic driving tours abound in this remarkable and ancient landscape. The authors use their years of experience at Death Valley to guide readers to the best recreational opportunities and provide an appreciation of the monument's natural history.

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