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10-19-2012 09:39 AM
HI-life If I didn't have family over at that time I would totally be down. Maybe next time. Have fun.
10-17-2012 12:11 PM
ucdzombie
Death Valley trip Nov.22-25, anyone?

Just posted the same message on California forum.

I need to go off-roading in Death Valley November 22-25. Anyone can join me please reply ASAP. I need to team up with more rigs!

Plan:
Please take a look at the backcountry road map provided by DV:
http://www.nps.gov/deva/planyourvisi...%20Roads-2.pdf

Day 1:
We enter the park from north of Trona, CA. Via Escape Trail (not marked on map), we go across Slate Range. After entering Goler Cayon, we go over Panamint Range via Mengel Pass. Continuing on Warm Springs Canyon Road. Reach Furnace Creek by night fall. Attractions: Barker Ranch, Gold Hill Mine, Badwater (lowest point of USA), Devil's Golf Course.

Day 2:
Visit Borax museum at Furnace Creek, Artists Drive, Stovepipes Wells Village. Night stay at Mesquite Spring/ Scottys Castle.

Day 3:
Departure from Mesquite Spring, visit Ubehebe Crater, and Race Track (the weird moving rocks). If we can make it through Lippincott Pass, it'll be super fun, since this trail is famous and challenging.

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