You can still visit the house of famous prospector Pete Aguereberry. The buildings are in a sorry state, and unfortunately vandals have done their job, but nevertheless this seems a nice and quiet place to live!
This was the mine operated by Pete Aguereberry, the famous Basque prospector who spent his life on the site and who gave his name to Aguerreberry Point.
This is one of the rare mines secure enough to enter; in winter however it is off limits as not to disturb the bats who hibernate there.
Located in the western area of the park, on the road leading to Aguerreberry Point.
On top of the western range of Death Valley, this point gives unprecedented views.
You have to drive a bit of dirt road to get there, so it's "off the beaten path"...
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