Death Valley

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a desert area that is part of the Mojave Desert in eastern California and southwestern Nevada

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Late in the night on Christmas Eve, 1849, Juliet Brier was alone with her three sons in the desert of Death Valley.
DISTANCE: About 275 miles (includes a loop return to Las Vegas via Death Valley and Pahrump, Nevada).
With average summer temperatures hovering around the 45 degrees Celsius mark, Death Valley is not only one of the hottest regions on Earth but also unique in having a 21km road from the valley on a constant gradient of seven per cent to an altitude of 1,200 metres.
Additional staff will be brought in to deliver the pies to Death Valley.
Death Valley Natural History Association is a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to supporting the educational, interpretive, and scientific activities of Death Valley National Park.
While Death Valley may seem like another universe to vacationers, those in the know have also found an "oasis-like planet" that is the luxurious, AAA Four-Diamond Inn at Furnace Creek and the family-friendly Ranch at Furnace Creek.
Registration for the events is PS299 for the Great Wall of China and PS399 for the Death Valley ride, with minimum sponsorship of PS,3500 and PS3,150 respectively.
Death Valley, a basin 282ft below sea level, is the hottest, driest national park in the US.
A SOLIHULL daredevil has helped raise PS50,000 for charity by leading a team on a cycle ride across Death Valley - the planet's hottest place.
WASHINGTON (CyHAN)- The third annual MarsFest in Death Valley National Park will be held on March 28th, 29th and 30th, 2014
So many people are heading to Death Valley is try out the theory that bosses at the venue have issued a plea for them to stay away.
Wellington, July 12 ( ANI ): Death Valley National Park's rangers have requested its visitors not to fry eggs on the ground, after one employee posted a video of an egg being cooked in the desert sun.
The small town in California's Death Valley sweltered in a mere 53.
Death Valley holds the world heat record -- 134 degrees Fahrenheit (57 degrees Celsius) was recorded here on July 10, 1913.
The US National Weather Service is warning that the potentially life-threatening heatwave looks set to continue, with Death Valley in California potentially becoming the hottest place on Earth with temperatures soaring to 54C - close to the all-time record for the surface of the planet.