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If you’ve never been to Death Valley, the name probably conjures up images of an unforgiving sand-strewn landscape that’s arid and lifeless. And while... Read More

March is a month of transition—to spring in the Northern Hemisphere and autumn south of the equator. It’s not too late to find snow for some late... Read More

A trip to a national park can make for a great fall vacation. In fact, it makes for a great vacation any time of the year.Of course, if you plan on... Read More

This spring, inspired by a mix of real longing and Instagram-fueled nostalgia, I found myself gripped by the desire to #vanlife it for a while. And not... Read More

Turns out, there is life blooming in Death Valley.Despite its bare and dry reputation, Death Valley in the Mojave Desert is actually the only ... Read More

The last thing you’d probably expect to see in Death Valley — the hottest and driest spot in North America — is a swimming pool filled with... Read More

For most people, cycling through Death Valley in 114 degree heat does not sound like a good time.Jacob Marek is not most people. The founder of the... Read More

The National Park Service celebrated its 100the birthday on Thursday. And while most of us think of the vibrant red canyons in Zion or the sheer face of... Read More

Super blooms only happen once every decade, and it looks like Death Valley might be gearing up for such an event. But first, some background: Super... Read More

When production costs on Star Wars: A New Hope went over budget, the producers headed just five hours from Hollywood to turn Death Valley National Park... Read More

Barreling down Nevada Highway 374 toward Death Valley National Park and a lemon drop of a sun, it occurred to me that the principal allure of the desert... Read More

See our slideshow of America’s Most Mysterious Places.“The very first night there we saw brilliant white and green lights that would respond to our... Read More

WHEN EDWARD WESTON AND HIS COMPANION, Charis Wilson, received A Guggenheim fellowship to take photographs of California and other parts of the West,... Read More

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