Desolate, expansive, harsh. These words accurately describe one of my favorite places in the USA, Death Valley National Park. At over 3,000 square miles, Death Valley is the largest National Park outside of Alaska, and truly makes the visitor feel small. Its sheer size makes it impossible to see everything in one visit and requires you to get off the beaten path to fully appreciate its beauty and hidden gems. Enormous sand dunes, canyons slicing through mountainsides and salt flats as far as the eye can see are all within a few hours drive from one another. On the other hand, delicate flowers, fragile salt crystals and the Salt Creek pupfish show a smaller, more subtle side to Death Valley. A place of extremes, Death Valley is guaranteed to impress and leave you in awe.
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© Max Foster