Darwin Falls, Death Valley National Park
Categories: Waterfalls, Nature & Parks
Darwin Falls is located in Death Valley National Park. Make Darwin Falls a centerpiece of your Death Valley National Park vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Death Valley National Park vacation generator.
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Took a bumpy gravel road to get here--the gravel roads are not maintained well in DV. Walked up a wash in a beautiful canyon for about 2 miles to get to the stream. Then had any easy climb over some r... read more »
We were told we must not miss this and that is was the best spot in Death Valley etc. It is interesting as it feels like a true Oasis in the desert and the waterfall is pretty but if you have just com... read more »
I found this in pinterest so made it our first stop in DV, I didn't believe we would actually find it as I thought it may have been a fake photo. A beautiful waterfall and lake in the middle of the ho... read more »
Must see easy excursion.
1.4 miles hike from the parking lot. Some rock climbing to get there.
Nice oasis in the middle of the desert
A little spring oasis in the middle of a desert, nice hike to take during the afternoon.
Sébastien RassonShe wins. He must find her. For this feel free to take the path of pebbles indicated by the sign. Stop at the explanatory panel and follow the hose, it will get you there. Once there, pay attention to the possible snakes...show original
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