Death Valley Hiking Trails
Death Valley is the hottest, driest, lowest place in North America. At 3.4 MILLION acres (roughly the size of Connecticut) Death Valley National Park is the largest National Park in the lower 48. Though it may sound like a barren desert wasteland, Death Valley is a treasure trove of raw natural beauty. Come gaze in awe at soaring two mile high mountain peaks from crystalline salt flats that stretch to infinity. Kaleidoscopic badlands, hidden waterfall oases, and mysterious ghost towns are just a few of the wonders to be discovered on your visit to Death Valley National Park.
Hiking Trail Options:
Below are the categories that are most suited for common interests and levels of experience. Whether you are looking for a peak to climb, a backcountry road to explore, or a short hike with lots of highlights, we’ve got it covered.