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Joshua Tree National Park Van Tour
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Devil's Golf Course Tips (22)

Where the devils play golf :-)

Approx. 8 km north of Badwater you'll find Devil's Golf Course.It must have been a salty lake some thousand years ago. What is left now is dried crystalline salt humps, brown and white.It's an...
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Trekki
Aug 27, 2005

Devil's Golf Course

The National Park Service set up a viewing spot just off Badwater Road. There is an interpretive sign and a small parking area. The "Golf Course" is erratically eroded salt left over from a lake that...
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blueskyjohn
Jul 09, 2014

Devil's golf course

However, at a small distance, the surface has dried out a little more and the crust has broken into scales that bend up ! It is forbidden to walk but if ever you tried, you would be trapped in thick...
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JLBG
Apr 25, 2005

Devil's Golf Course

Halfway between the junction at Furnace Creek and Bad Water you will find the Devil's Golf Course. You will have to follow an unpaved road for a mile or so, to get you close to the area. It is called...
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JanPeter74
Apr 21, 2004

Devil's Golf Course

A field of salt pinnacles today, this used to be a lake more than 2000 years ago. When the lake evaporated, it left behind the layers of crystallized salt. This is constantly recreated as salty water...
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Andraf
Nov 01, 2003

Devil's Golf Course

I'd like to see some professionals golfers try this course. Maybe golf on TV would be spiced up a bit. When we visited, no one was playing for some reason.Well this is not a golf course. It is a dried...
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SteveOSF
Jul 30, 2007

Care For a Round?

The Devil's Golf Course is accessible via a short unpaved road and is all that remains of the last significant lake in Death Valley. The lake dried up some 2000 years ago leaving behind this vast flat...
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Basaic
Jul 08, 2010

Playing golf agains the devil...

Devil's Golfcourse is what is left of a lake that evaporated about 2000 years ago. What you can see now is a sea of salt crystals, that form pinnacles as far as you can see. And if you listen...
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Alice-Kees
Apr 04, 2011

Play golf at Devil's Golf Course?

This was a lake that evaporated over 2000 years ago. Walking over hard crystallized jagged salt deposits. It was flat like a golf course.Perhaps, tourists should not be allowed to walk over them as...
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SLLiew
Oct 19, 2006

Devils Golf Course

The Devil's Golf Course is a geological site within the park that is the remains of Death Valley's last significant lake, which evaporated about 2000 years ago. As the lake evaporated the minerals in...
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KimberlyAnn
Dec 18, 2005

Devil's Golf Course

Similar to the Salt Flats, the Devil's Golf Course is a large area of crystalline Salt (sodium chloride) deposits. The area is very jagged and uneven, making walking very difficult, as some of the...
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travelgirl3
Nov 22, 2004

Try for a hole in one!

A must see for anyone visiting Death Valley National Park, the Devils Golf Course almost defies description: towering columns of salt, some two feet tall, stretch for what seem like miles. Rapid...
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heitzenrater
Aug 11, 2007
 
 
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Things to Do Near Devil's Golf Course

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Badwater

Badwater Basin is the lowest point in North America being 282 feet below sea level. At the point on Badwater Road is a well done interpretive area with a boardwalk out into the basin and interpretive...
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Artist's Palette

Artist's palette is the nickname for the painted mountains looming over the valley. No exception to the rule in the Southwest of the USA where painted deserts and mountains seem to be the norm. In...
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Twenty Mule Team Canyon

This is a one way dirt road that veers off Route 190 and winds through the Badland Hills. The road is narrow and twists and turns through colorful hills. There are a few pull offs for pictures but...
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Charcoal Kilns

This worked out quite nicely as I was camping at Wildrose, it was very convenient to drive up to the Charcoal Kilns. I had no idea of the potion of the sun in relation to the kilns but they are lit up...
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Furnace Creek

So this is a place you can go to pay (a lot) for a drink or some trinkets. A lot of strange things are going on at this location. There is a resturant, bar, store, post office, and also a golf...
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Ubehebe Crater

This is an interesting geological feature in the northern end of the park. It does take a little time to get there and is a nice trip when visiting Scotty's Castle. The crater is about a 1/2 mile...
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