Posted by: Sandy Steinman | December 4, 2016

Death Valley National Park Fall Color 12/4/16

Death Valley National Park had a fall color report today

Fall Colors in Death Valley? Cottonwood trees grow in few places in Death Valley. The easiest place to see them is the small patch near Wildrose Campground on your way to the Charcoal Kilns.
We found them in another place, when we recently hiked the Cottonwood/Marble Canyon route where we were happily surprised by the display of fall colors however few and far between they may be.
Cottonwood/Marble Canyon Loop is the most popular backpack in the park. The route requires a high clearance 4×4 vehicle and experienced cross country navigation. For more information including GPS files and a virtual walk-through, check out:
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/…
Springs are running at Cottonwood Springs and Deadhorse Canyon. #HikeDeathValley

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