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“If you want to spend several days here but haven’t booked ahead, and find that the few hotels in the valley are all fully booked, there is one more option: at the entrance to the valley is a genuine Californian mountain village called Lone Pine. The atmosphere feels just like an old western, with clapboard-fronted houses along a wide main street, and the bars, restaurants and motels have, in their way, as many captivating cultural associations as any remote village in Tuscany. This is ‘real’ America, far from the noise and clamor of the big cities! As a kind of warm-up, it’s worth exploring the myriad hiking trails around this village – if you’ve only got time for one, it has to be the Alabama Hills

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Death Valley - Milky Way - Stay Back From The Edge - n.l. photo


USA - California - Death Valley National Park welcome sign - Elter photo

Destination in brief

Death Valley, a desert national park, is located in Eastern California (a small portion of it extends to the state of Nevada). 

The national park was founded in 1994. It covers an area of ​​13,650 km2.

This is the deepest and warmest area in the US.

Best time to visit: Between October and April


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