Amargosa Opera House And Hotel

608 Death Valley Junction, Death Valley, California, 92328, United States | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Death Valley

    I love high temps with zero humidity

    A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Aug 05, 2014

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    ... we reached in Death Valley was 190 ft below sea level, which meant a drop of over 4000 ft in under 3-4 miles.. At Stovepipe Wellls where there was a motel & large shop (where Greg bought a Tshirt) I walked down to the ranger office while Greg brought the car down and even at 107F it was not oppressive because of zero humidity. This is certainly my kind of summer!! We didn't buy the pass for the park there because the office was closed as it was 6:30 and you could only get a ...

    Looking DEATH (valley) in the eye

    A travel blog entry by tampagrampa on Aug 04, 2014

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    I thought I would be smart and drive into Death Valley early morning to beat the heat. It didn't work. It was 109 degrees at 8:30 a.m., on its' way to 120. Needless to say, no hiking and no camping. I know, what a wuss. The eng. temp. gauge in the van hit 210 for the first time ever. I could also tell that Aikket wasn't happy, but like ...

    The Hottest Place on Earth!

    A travel blog entry by fionamary on Jul 26, 2014

    27 photos

    We drove seven hours through the baking hot Mojave Desert yesterday to reach Death Valley. At one point in the journey, when the AC in the car was already struggling to fulfill its role, Taylor had to turn it off completely to ensure the vehicle didn't overheat as we drove up a very steep hill for about 10 minutes. It took less than a minute for us to realise what a big difference the air conditioning had actually been making - ...

    Death Valley - Hot Hot

    A travel blog entry by danandlawontour on Jul 23, 2014

    17 photos

    Death Valley was truly a hot experience. It was due to get up to 48 Celsius, so it was amazingly hot. We had a couple of stops in the way in for pictures and then went to the visitor centre for lunch. This was one of the longer days as it took 8 hours total, most of it across the massive desert. We then went to Bad-water Basin for a couple of pictures and you can eat the salt from the floor! So I did, ...

    Death Valley NP in July? Yes, we are crazy!

    A travel blog entry by clizer-schmidt on Jul 17, 2014

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    Where do people from AZ go on summer break?Death Valley of course! Okay, so not the best choice but we just couldn't pass up the opportunity to go to the hottest place in the world (record 134 degrees F) and the lowest place in the US. (282 feet below sea level). Plus, we had to go right by it on the way to Yosemite NP anyway! It was calling to us! Some pluses about ...