Another wonder that is worth a stop off for a photo op in an amazing park. Take the time and check it out.
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Entering DV from the east, this is the first point at which you get a view, (it's actually a turn off south a few miles before entering the valley). Impressive view down the valley, which gives you an idea of scale before descending.
Exploring some parts of the Death Valley we stopped at Dante's View too and enjoyed the scenic view. As we were there around noon it was way too hot to stay long outside the car. Back home I read the recommendation to visit this site...More
Fantastic view in Death Valley! It's a bit out of the way of other attractions in Death Valley, but very worth the detour!
Worth the stop, the views in this area are incredible. The road is winding and fun to drive, and lots of beautiful views along the way!
This was the pinnacle of our one day visit to Death Valley. I must say I'm glad we saw it last because it was the most spectacular view in the park and there were many. Take the path North to Dante's View although there are...More
We did this side trip on our way out of the park. It is terrific, and well worth the time to ascend to this spectacular viewpoint.
This is about a half hour drive south from Furnace Creek. About 15 minutes is on a narrow, windy paved road that leads up, up, up to the top. You feel like you are on the top of the world from up there. Bring good...More
Dante's View should be the first thing you see if you enter the park from Nevada or the last thing if you enter from California, but don't miss it. The views are spectacular. The peak overlooks Badwater which is the lowest point in North America....More