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Aguereberry Point, Death Valley National Park

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  • The road in is good and plenty of parking. Not an easy climb the paths are good. The mines are easy to peer into and some hold old treasures of the era. The views at the top are beautiful. Our day was...  more »
  • This is probably the most beautiful point of Death Valley, it is in any case the only one where we embrace the entire Valley. It is far not easy access, sometimes dangerous, and its history done honor to the will of a french basque, Jean-Pierre Aguerreberry, which highlighted the Valley of death just before that it be classified in National Park was installed there. Read his story in "Indian Trail" Jean Pierre Besse, published in 2015 by Edilivre, he arrived at Furnace Creek in 1905, he died in 1945, after having made a fortune in the mining of borax mines. The name stuck, Aguerreberry, it's a basque family well known in the South West. It was a true pioneer.
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  • Drove up in Yukon without 4 wheel drive in a light shower. Somewhat frightening around the peak but worth the time. No problem if you drive with caution and moderate the speed. Stop at the mine on the...  more »
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  • Probably the most peaceful place I've ever been to. After only an hour my mind had been totally cleared. Not everyone will be able to get here because of the road leading to it, and that makes it even more special.
  • One of the most spectacular views of the entire park. You get to see it all!
  • Worth the trip.
  • Nice views