Emigrant Pass, Death Valley National Park

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    Emigrant pass

    by JLBG Written Apr 25, 2005

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    Emigrant pass

    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.

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    AKA Towne Pass

    by Basaic Written Feb 16, 2010

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    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.

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    • Historical Travel
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