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Father Crowley Vista Point, Death Valley National Park

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  • It's good to get some angles here at Father Crowley Vista Point. This is at the entrance to Death Valley but is not a main highlight. It's good but it can be skipped if necessary. 
  • It is far from the most interesting place of the Park, in my opinion. However, it is certainly on your way when you go inside the Park and in this case, it is worth to stop a few minutes.
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  • If you arrive the Death Valley on CA190 from the west, take a quick stop at Father Crowley Vista Point to see panoramic views of the northern end of Panamint Valley in Death Valley. There is a paved p...  more »
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  • You have to stop here and take pictures of the valley, and the amazing geology. If you are lucky, you might see an F/18 flying out of Lemoore or Fallon.
  • Great view!! A bit rough road though. Was able to make it though on a minivan.
  • 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 !
  • There is small opportunity to off-road. You can also spot USAF fighter jets practicing low level flying
  • Worth the stop to see beautiful expansive views.