Death Valley in Winter

Text courtesy of Trazzler.com.By Megan CytronThe sky is blue, the sunsets in technicolor, and the temperature well below broiling–winter is when Death Valley comes alive. Wearing a t-shirt while looking up at the rim of snow-capped peaks su…

Text courtesy of Trazzler.com.

By Megan Cytron

The sky is blue, the sunsets in technicolor, and the temperature well below broiling–winter is when Death Valley comes alive. Wearing a t-shirt while looking up at the rim of snow-capped peaks surrounding you, you might even get to catch a rare desert rain shower in America’s driest national park. Despite the fact that there’s no better time to visit, you still won’t see many people–just a smattering of outdoorsy Californians, hot springs nuts, photographers, hardcore campers (it gets cold at night!), and geology nerds. Read the whole story: Trazzler

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