Tag - water

Salt Creek Interpretive Trail 21

Salt Creek Interpretive Trail. Incredible life in salty water.

Location: Death Valley National Park, Stovepipe Wells Area Length: ½ mile GPS Coordinates: N 36 35.436 W 116 59.433 Contact Information: Death Valley National Park P.O. Box 579 Death Valley, CA 92328 Salt Creek is a wonderful place in the Death Valley National Park. It is very unusual, because it’s hard to believe that in the desert you will find a real oasis full of life. If we talk about the trail itself, it is considered to be well-maintained and covered with wood boards. It’s not even a trail for [...]

Trail of Time 5

Breathtaking Trail of Time

Location:    Grand Canyon, South Rim Round Trip:    2,83 miles Difficulty:    Easy GPS Coordinates:    N 36 3.969 W 112 7.055 Visitor’s Information:    Open all year round, No Pass Required Magnificent and fascinating Grand Canyon astonished and attracted people for hundreds of years. But in spite of all uniqueness and incredible geologic history of Grand Canyon, there was no any program showing, teaching or explaining its geologic significance on a worldwide scale, until in 2007 Yavapai Observation station was rededicated as a Geology Museum, and [...]

Desert View Watchtower 6

Why are the views from Desert View Watchtower are the best ones?

Location:    Grand Canyon, South Rim Hours:    8 a.m. – 8 p.m. Elevation:    7438 feet GPS Coordinates:    N 36 2.649 W 111 49.568 Visitors Information:    Open all year round Entering South Rim from the South Entrance you will find yourself at Grand Canyon Village – a tourist center of the South Rim, with a Visitor Center, all the lodges, restaurants, historical points of interest and main transportation junction of the South Rim. If you decide to travel along the rim enjoying the variety of [...]