Arriving at Death Valley by "Emigrant pass" was certainly more impressive for the first immigrants that arrived there. Now, an excellent paved road offers a comfortable access and though the mountains are almost bare, that does not look like a desert.
A nice pullout that offers spectacular views is Towne Pass. This is a pass (at 4956 feet) through the Panamint Range that was used by early travelers and is still used today.
Furnace Creek Inn and Ranch Resort Death Valley National Park
22 Reviews and 1223 Opinions If you have no trailer there are motels/inns located at Stovepipe Wells Village and two at Furnace...
Stovepipe Wells Village Death Valley National Park
17 Reviews and 611 Opinions Stayed at stovepipe wells, Death Valley in march 2012. It was amazing. After a long drive through...
Furnace Creek Campground Death Valley National Park
1 Review and 23 Opinions There are campgrounds near Stovepipe Wells and Furnace Creek. There are also camping areas in...