May 10, 2017
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Death Valley National Park is a desert that is like no other place on earth. The strikingly colorful landscape was shaped by extensive volcanic activity as well as erosion, deposition, and prolonged flooding. The unique desert geography of Death Valley National Park was also shaped over 20,000 years ago by an enormous, ancient lake that is now long gone. The park encompasses 3.4 million acres of harsh, unforgiving desert terrain that will leave you impressed beyond measure and perhaps a little intimidated by nature.