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Charcoal Kilns, Death Valley National Park
(4.1/5 based on 60 reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • We were able to spot Burros, and stop just to take some fun pictures and enjoy the scenery just to get to the Kilns. Once there it's a nice treat to see the Kilns. Was chilly so being a jacket in Nove...  more »
  • First off,really never put any thought to the making of charcoal, other that it's scorched to ensure a longer second burn. Anyway, trucked up here hoping the road would continued connect eastward - it...  more »
  • The mining in Death Valley was quite the challenge. In an area where the most you see is sage brush, to find a valley with pine for making charcoal was a challenge. This was a 6 mile side trip half of...  more »
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  • This was a nice side trip. We had such an educational day and there was a lot of history. We also did some looking for the super blooms. Excellent experience. Highly recommend this little trek off the beaten path!
  • The last few miles are a bit of a sketchy dirt road to get there but its a cool place to visit.
  • I heard Charcoal kiln and didn't know what to expect. They are massive and super cool and worth the visit.
  • Well preserved charcoal kilns. Easy drive to the kilns, even for a passenger car.
  • Such a slice of history