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Posted by: budgettravel in California, Hikes, History, Interesting Natural Feature, United States of America 2 months ago
I am learning that California is pleasantly diverse and geologically quite remarkable. From volcanoes - both active and ancient, to earthquake geology to fossil beds to deep blue glacial lakes, scenic rugged coastlines, natural rock columns and towering granite domes and walls, California is one place I can spend many years exploring and still not be completely satisfied that I have seen it all. Here are our explorations thus far....
Posted by: budgettravel in California, Hikes, Interesting Natural Feature, United States of America 1 year, 2 months ago
Zabriskie Point, Death Valley National Park, California
We started our hike in Death Valley on a cold December morning. Death Valley is the lowest and driest place in the United States. In the summer months, it is also the hottest place in United States. Sitting below sea level, Death Valley is most popular in the winter months.