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Death Valley Travel Guide

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Driving California's Mojave Desert and Death Valley

On a drive through the Mojave and Death Valley, T+L discovers abandoned mining towns, strange wildflowers, and canyons that change colors in an instant.

Golfing in Death Valley

Is golf always fun?Even in Death Valley, when it’s 120 degrees in the shade?A pilgrim ventures into the void.

Canadian Club Whisky Revives Its Classic "Hide A Case" Campaign

Think Mad Men meets Survivor. That’s the scenario that will play out this summer when eight whisky-loving contestants traipse through the back of beyond in...

Beautiful National Parks: Reader Photos

Check out these beautiful photos of snowcapped peaks, rugged canyons, and wildlife in America’s national parks.

America's Coolest Ghost Towns

Old mines, abandoned buildings, and the occasional curse: ghost towns cover the United States, and they make for a fun detour.

Hot, not Bothered

Death Valley is the desert at its deadliest. Geoff Dyer wanders California's prehistoric wonderland, meditating on sex, drugs, and the slow glide of time

Best Affordable Fall Adventures

Go biking, hiking, and boating among the fall colors—all for a great price.

America's Most Mysterious Places

From UFO hotspots on the West Coast to mystifying castles in Florida, weird and wonderful places await.

Editor’s Letter | T+L Golf | July 2008

The Joys of Summer In previous columns I have raved about how wonderful it is that golf has truly become a year-round game, what with...

Single Malts Fit for a King

When it comes to the subject of whether His Royal Highness Prince Charles is suitable to be king of Great Britain, two distinct schools of...
HOTELS

Furnace Creek Inn & Ranch Resort

The stucco buildings with orange tiled roofs have been recently updated and are set around a lush garden of date and fan palms near a warm-spring-fed pool. more ›


RESTAURANTS

Furnace Creek Inn Dining Room

Hit this sophisticated spot for roasted duck with a habanero-mandarin glaze, or seared wild Alaskan salmon with an edible-flower crust. more ›


ACTIVITIES

Racetrack Playa

The Mystery: People have long scratched their heads over the "Sailing Stones," which mysteriously move across the sandy playa's surface on their own, leaving visible tracks in their wake. Fact:... more ›


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