For the second time this summer a visitor to Death Valley National Park has succumbed to the high heat of the park. Officials say the woman's body was found about five miles from her vehicle in the southern portion of the park.
Death Valley National Park
Ice, air-conditioning, and water fountains that spurt water are great to have in the place with the hottest recorded temperature on Earth, and so it's great to hear that Southern California Edison has moved a power generator into Death Valley National Park, which has endured four power outages this summer.
After roughly two decades of removing cultural artifacts from Death Valley National Park and the Humbolt-Toiyabe National Forest, a California man has pleaded guilty to two counts of unauthorized excavation, removal, transportation, damage, or defacement of archeological resources, according to federal authorities.
After months of reconstruction, the highway leading over Jubilee Pass into Death Valley National Park is open to traffic. To celebrate, the National Park Service and Federal Highway Administration are hosting a ribbon cutting on Friday.
Badwater Road, the primary paved road through the southern end of Death Valley National Park, has fully reopened nearly 10 months after a series of flash floods washed it out, the park recently announced.
Running more than 160 pages, the National Park Service Management Policies provides park managers with quick reference to how they are to manage their units, what uses are appropriate, and how to usher visitors out of the park when Congress fails to fund the National Park Service. But the Management Policies, which last were updated in 2006, also leave much to interpretation and exception.
The Chicken Strip, a remote backcountry airstrip in Death Valley National Park, is temporarily closed due to washouts in the runway.
We're just getting into the heart of summer, but already Death Valley National Park is setting records for heat.
A powerful thunderstorm that passed over Death Valley National Park knocked out power and left debris strewn across roads, leading to park officials to suggest visitors stay away for the time being.
Repercussions from a massive, destructive flash flood that tore through Death Valley National Park last October may soon be felt in visitor wallets, as the California park is proposing entrance and campground fee increases to help cover $26 million in repairs to Scotty’s Castle and its access road through Grapevine Canyon.