Death Valley

January 18, 2016 - Comment

The One Bag Traveler recommends Gear, Destinations and Adventures.In this episode, Cheap Family Travel (http://www.cheapfamilytraveltips.com) Nick, Regan, Maggie and Kate visited Death Valley National Park, the hottest, driest and lowest point in North…

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Death Valley
In this episode, Cheap Family Travel (http://www.cheapfamilytraveltips.com) Nick, Regan, Maggie and Kate visited Death Valley National Park, the hottest, driest and lowest point in North America. Despite its well-earned name, Death Valley is beautiful with lots to see and do. We visited Badwater Basin, the lowest point in North America at 282 feet below sea level, we admired the amazing colors along Artist’s Drive and Palette, we climbed over the rugged salt formations at Devil’s Golf Course, we tumbled down the sand dunes of Mesquite Flat, and we hiked Golden and Mosaic Canyons. Death Valley was built by Borax mining, and we learned all about it at the Furnace Creek Visitor Center and the ruins of the Harmony Borax Works. Death Valley has come a long way since the time of the Twenty Mule teams. It has lodging for everyone from cheap camping, to cabins, to the luxurious Furnace Creek Inn. Death Valley was a huge surprise and we loved it. Since Death Valley has the hottest recorded temperature at 134 degrees Fahrenheit, we totally recommend visiting in the winter. You’ll love it.

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