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Begin your journey in the north desert region with a trek through Death Valley National Park, created 1.7 billion years ago by severe volcanic eruptions and harsh movement of the earth’s crust. Named by a group of California gold seekers lost in the area in 1849, Death Valley is the largest national park in the contiguous United States and the driest of all U.S. national parks.

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