DEATH VALLEY, CALIFORNIA

Many visitors to Death Valley National Park go to Badwater Basin, the lowest elevation, in North America, and believe they have seen Death Valley. In reality, it is a huge park with an incredibly diverse topography ranging from the negative 282 foot depths of the valley to the 5,476 foot height of  Dante’s View. There are sand dunes, canyons, old mines and historic architecture to visit and photograph.