The Sand Dunes are best seen and visited from the main road near Stovepipe Wells. We didn't have time to walk up there, but we saw a few people going and returning. So if not on a tight schedule, it's a good idea to stop here and get to see these ever changing sand dunes a bit closer.
One of the few points of civilization in the park, Stovepipe Wells hosts a motel (with swimming pool), a gift shop, a gas station, and a restaurant.
You will have to walk at least 20 minutes or so to be able to shoot a picture like this.
Only my own footprints in the sand.
The sand dunes near Stovepipe Wells seem a bit out of place in a stone desert... one wonders where is the beach!
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