Death Valley National Park Local Customs

  • Quite a long wait for the pupfish
    Quite a long wait for the pupfish
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  • Walking the rim of a dune
    Walking the rim of a dune
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  • Salt Creek
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Most Viewed Local Customs in Death Valley National Park

  • 1. Salt Creek

    At Salt Creek, there is an interpretive trail along a boardwalk built by the park service, in somewhat vain hopes that they will keep the public from trampling around a particularly sensitive area of...

  • 2. Desert Views

    Well, as the Ranger information states "Don't feed the animals". I am not sure of what qualifies as a local custom in Death Valley but I am sure that this place deserves a visit and your respect.

  • 4. Local Radio

    Not surprisingly, you will have trouble with reception in Death Valley. I had no cell service, but I did find one radio station.88.9FM is a public radio station...

  • 5. Our Family Before Death Valley 1905

    We were searching through my husbands old family photos and we came across several photos showing his ancestors mining for gold at Furnace Creek in Death...

  • 6. Photographing Death Valley

    In Death Valley it's common to see photographers with huge lenses and tripod shooting the scenery. The most popular spot has to be the sand dunes near Stovepipe...


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