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Father Crowley Vista Point, Death Valley National Park

Categories: Lookouts, Tourist Spots
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4/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web
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  • Make a stop! Quickly to your cameras. Very nice photos to landscapes but also about birds: beautiful place yet there preserved for the environment, wildlife and flora. For the little story: we met a cyclist at 7:30 a.m. before arriving at Death Valley: 25 °! Well Yes you read! a cyclist.
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  • Still a very nice panorama of the Valley of death. I advise you to stop for some shots
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  • This vantage point is definitely a must. There flies regular fighter jets through the canyon. And several at once. Top Gun! Incredible! Those who find this stop but "so so" probably have had bad luck and missed this show.
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  • First point of view I stopped by when entering in Death Valley. You SHOULD go along the trail (10mn walk). The most impressive thing right after the view is (-the heat-) the silence. If you stop walking/talking, you'll notice that absolute silence in Death Valley and you'll probably enjoy it !
  • Beautiful views from the western side of Death Valley. Hike up the dirt path (you can drive up there with a high clearance vehicle) to the end for panoramic vistas. Pack a lunch or take a 6 pack. Worth the little detour.
  • Incredible views and inspiring scenery. These are the type of scenic views that will make you feel like the only person on earth. No matter where your coming from this place is remote, and its gonna be a long drive so be prepared......... The drive is long and there is no services, gas, or anything but is epic in scenery of the vast death valley area. Well worth the time and highly recommended for those seeking the hidden gems of the US landscape.
  • Great spot to check the valley. Its nice windy over here and many people take their car right to the edge. I would not recommend that as the hill is made of sedimentary rocks and could loose ground and slide. The bench on the edge is an amazing spot to sit and enjoy the panamint valley.
  • Amazing views. Drive on the dirt road to the end for the best views. Truck or SUV at least because the dirt road is rough bit worth the effort.
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Visit for 2​h 30​m