Death Valley is a land of extremes, yet the Timbisha Shoshone have called this remote region home for over 1,000 years. In some years, lower elevations in the park receive no rain at all, but underground springs and seeps support a surprisingly diverse range of lifeforms in the Lower 48’s largest national park. This view was taken near Zabriskie Point, where sediments from one-time Furnace Creek Lake dried up several million years before Death Valley was formed. Be sure to wake early to enjoy sunrise at Zabriskie Point when you visit!

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