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Fantastic experience. It is part of a 20 mileone way dirt road. If you have an appropriate all... read more

Reviewed 26 November 2016
subica
,
San Jose, California
via mobile
Amazing!

To get to this pass, you will have to take a 22 mile long unpaved one-way road with high clearance... read more

Reviewed 25 November 2016
AlexisFelicite
,
Saint Louis, Missouri
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Red Pass, snaking its way to Titus Canyon, is worth a look, and for more than the reddish hue of its rocks but for the panorama it reveals.
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Death Valley Junction, CA
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Reviewed 26 November 2016

Fantastic experience. It is part of a 20 mileone way dirt road. If you have an appropriate all wheel drive with high clearance then it will be fun and !e!Oracle. This may be a chalenge, and even dangerous, if you haven't driven on dirt roads...More

Thank subica
Reviewed 25 November 2016

To get to this pass, you will have to take a 22 mile long unpaved one-way road with high clearance needed. The road was hairy on some turns descending even then. The view was amazing, but be careful on the drive so you don't pop...More

Thank AlexisFelicite
Reviewed 23 November 2016

Scary, but a thrill ride. The first ten, or so miles is a flat, wash-board road. Don't think this is it. Once you get to the end of the flat road you will look up the side of a steep mountain with switch back roads....More

Thank Bob B
Reviewed 3 June 2016 via mobile

Done as part of 26 mile off road/unpaved drive terminating in Titus canyon. The red pass element needs high clearance and 4wd but stunning views and fun drive

1  Thank Ep0na
Reviewed 13 January 2016

If you commit to traveling through the enchanting Ajax Road and Canyon, you will go through Red Pass. It is a wonderful point for photography and just taking in the view looking both southwest and northeast. Pause and enjoy a view of where you are...More

Thank Greg S
Reviewed 5 January 2016 via mobile

You can make this into a half-day to three-quarter day trip by visiting Betty Nevada first to gas up then going on to Rhyolite and then finally moving on to Titus canyon which takes you through Red Pass Titus Canyon and Leadfield ghost town. Pack...More

2  Thank Stacey M
Reviewed 4 August 2015

One of the most exciting things to do in Death Valley. It's not because Red Pass is so beautiful, it's the adventure getting there that makes it worth going. Driving the proper vehicle will help with the anxiety of navigating these dirt roads. Take your...More

1  Thank HAWKNewburyPark_Ca
Reviewed 23 July 2014

Red Pass is one-way drive with quite a few narrow, bumpy turn on the way to the top, it's not for a faint heart, but it is worth the drive. This is one of less traveled in Death Valley, very little traffic.

1  Thank Cindy D
Reviewed 2 November 2012

I visited Red Pass in August, 2012, getting there by taking the one-way, one-lane Titus Canyon Road via a 4-wheel drive jeep. Nearly all of the 27ish mile drive is gorgeous, with the visual delight peaking- literally - at Red Pass, the highest point on...More

2  Thank Kevin C
Reviewed 17 March 2012

Although some parts of the drive in on the one lane, one way, dirt road is heart stopping, the view at the top is worth it. Driving to and out of Red Pass, take time to stop and look into the valley and the surrounding...More

Thank roadrun50
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