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Great spot. You can park up (toilets are there too) and walk on the basin. In order to get to a point where it's all white salt, you have to walk down a mile and a half or so. Loads of opportunities for great videos...More
After the visitors center we went here first. About thirty visitors were already there. We spent about thirty minutes in the sunshine admiring the stark beauty of nature. Took photos and headed back to the parking area. It was only 96 so I’m guessing the...More
Nice views for the long ride to Badwater. Didn't seem like a lot of parking for such a popular spot so get their early. Also, there is a sign that says it is dangerous to walk on the salt after 10am. I don't remember seeing...More
A nice visit to this point although it is far from the main road but on the way is to the colors scinic rout which is out standing. Here you can waslk on salt that covers the area. Geologicly it is very interesting.
Our day was 109 degrees. We were able to walk the half mile out and back on the salt flat. Lots of water. The views are amazing. The bathrooms disgusting as expected. There should be more shaded areas in these parks. But nothing could take...More
This was our first trip west and wanted to see this. It is what is says it is, salty. It is a good drive away but it is worth another experience with my family. It is hot, 115 degrees first week of September. Just take...More
This place holds on to it's reputation. It is very hot and you can feel the heat reflecting off the ground. It is pretty easy getting here from Furnace creek visitors centre with plenty of parking space and easy access to the salt flats.It is...More