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 What is the lowest elevation in Death Valley, California?

Answer Badwater is not only the lowest elevation in Death Valley, California, but also the lowest elevation in the Western Hemisphere. The basin lies near the Black Mountains and measures 282 feet (85.5 m... Read More »
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What are the distinctive landforms of Death Valley National Park?

One of the most distinctive landforms of Death Valley National Park is the Natural Bridge, a large rock bridge. Zabriskie Point and Dante's View are two natural land formations that afford views of... Read More »
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What year was Death Valley National Park established?

Death Valley became a national monument on February 11, 1933. The site became a national park in 1994. Today, Death Valley encompasses 3,336,000 acres and offers hundreds of miles of trails and bac... Read More »
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How big is Death Valley in California?

The Death Valley National Park, located in Southeastern California, covers about 3.3 million acres of land. The elevation of the park varies greatly, from 11,049 feet high to 282 miles below sea le... Read More »
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Is Death Valley in California?

Death Valley is located in California. It is near the Nevada border. Death Valley is a National Park and is protected by the National Park Service/U.S. Department of the Interior. It includes deser... Read More »
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