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Zabriskie Point

Death Valley National Park, CA
+1 760-786-3280
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A dramatic look-out point in Death Valley.
  • Excellent73%
  • Very good23%
  • Average2%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“paved path” (34 reviews)
“short walk” (84 reviews)
“death valley” (321 reviews)
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Death Valley National Park, CA
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Reviewed yesterday

This was my favorite spot in the entire park. A lovely spot for a quick stop off and a photo op. Amazing scenery.

Thank coachee1313
Reviewed 2 days ago

As a U2 fan we had to stop here since part of the pictures for their album Joshua Tree were taken here. The info boards on site provide interesting facts about the Borax mining and the scenic view is priceless.

Thank Dude_loves_to_travel
Reviewed 4 days ago

You can either just hike to the top and look at view, or follow one of the trails deeper into the park.

Thank tmoore48
Reviewed 5 days ago

Been a while since I was here. There have been a lot of improvements to the parking area and you can actually find a spot to park. There is a short hike to the top of the view point that overlooks the area. It is...More

Thank Mike H
Reviewed 6 days ago

This is another spectacular viewpoint in Death Valley Nation Park. Although my only reference to this spot is the not very successful Antonioni film by the same name, this viewpoint is a not-miss if you are going through the park.

Thank Jerry J
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Along with the rest of death valley, this is a place of stunning natural beauty. Very close to Furnace Creek. Wander round it for as long as you can stand the heat!

Thank Phil S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Before leaving the park bound to Las Vegas and visiting Dante's View, there is this wonderful place. You will not believe nature did all that. It is very close to the main road (CA190) and after parking the car at the lot, there is a...More

Thank Robert V
Reviewed 1 week ago

The walk from the free car park is about 200 metres - long enough to justify taking a bottle of water. The views are definitely camera-worthy, especially the unique rock formations. We stayed for the sunset which wasn't that spectacular - the sun is dropping...More

Thank ADM1959
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is another “Do Not Miss” stop on your “What To See” list for Death Valley. Some say that Dante’s View is better, but I say it’s beautiful in a very different way. The views from here are just surreal. Very unique looking rock formations...More

Thank spitzy135
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The climb to the top is steep, but worth every step. The views of the badlands are awe inspiring and will stay with me forever.

Thank seawing
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Anne L
12 August 2016|
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Response from Gwen W | Reviewed this property |
Usually the only snow you'll find in Death Valley area are on the high peaks. Therefore, most of Death Valley roads are accessible during winter months. You will see dessert scenery with snow covered mountains. I highly... More
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