The massive display of wildflowers in Death Valley during the winter and spring of 2016.
Death Valley is helping to celebrate the National Park Service's Centennial.
Vast salt flats at the lowest elevation in North America.
Photos from the multi-colored badlands of the Artist's Drive geologic formation.
The colorful clay and mudstone badlands at Furnace Creek can be seen at Zabriskie Point, Twenty Mule Team Canyon, and Golden Canyon.
The view from the top of the Black Mountains is considered to be one of the great photographic spots in Death Valley.
Five different dunefields are scattered throughout the park. Here are sample photos of a few.
This seasonal stream of salty water is the only home of the rare Salt Creek Pupfish.
Death Valley's canyons are all different and hide many hidden wonders. There's a surprise around every bend!
The most popular backpacking loop in Death Valley
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