"Flatlands" Desert Views Tip by goingsolo

  Death Valley National Park
by goingsolo
 
 

Favorite thing: In the low lying areas of the valley where temperatures soar beyond the imagination, the land is a veritable dead zone with no growth whatsoever. Heading towards above sea level ground, plant life starts to make an appearance. Here, near Stovepipe Wells, anemic looking plants grow in the oh so hospitable environment known as the Devil's Cornfield.

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  • Updated Dec 7, 2004
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