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Father Crowley Vista Point, Death Valley National Park
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  • WE stopped here by chance last Sunday pm to see the air force planes going around on our way back from death valley - good quick stop - we got lucky with 2 fighter planes practicing around and went th...  more »
  • The desert, rocks out of sight... And say that this priest (father Crowley) travelled through these inhospitable lands to meet a very sparse population (we understand why) but so brave.
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  • Good place to start visit if entering park from this side. Spectacular views from Vista point and handy toilet if you have travelled far ! 
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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.