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Dante's View

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Address: Dante's View Rd. off Rte. 190, 30 mi south of Furnace Creek, Death Valley National Park, CA
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This is a place you could walk up to and down without really looking at the colors, Then you can take the circle (50 yards wide?) walk around the periphery and see everything... read more

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Henderson, Nevada

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Henderson, Nevada
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Reviewed yesterday NEW

This is a place you could walk up to and down without really looking at the colors, Then you can take the circle (50 yards wide?) walk around the periphery and see everything from mountain ranges far and near and an absolutely incredible view of the Death Valley floor. Presented beautifully and the walk up is a bit strenuous for... More 

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Pevensey, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 2 days ago NEW

We visited Dante’s View whilst staying at Furnace Creek Ranch about 35 minutes drive away. It is quite a long drive up and towards the end, a rather winding and narrow road, which eventually opens out to a large car park. The drive is highly recommended because the panoramic views, at the top, including the Devils Golf Course Salt Pans... More 

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Spokane, Washington, Usa
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Reviewed 3 days ago NEW via mobile

Earlier in the day we stopped at Bad Water the lowest point in the United States and from Dante's View you can see all of the valley and Bad Water. This is a must see vista well worth the drive. It's also a good place to cool off. The temperature was 69 degrees and 94 degrees at Bad Water.

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Reviewed 3 days ago NEW

It takes about 20 - 30 minutes to drive all the way to Dante's view but it is really incredible to view the Valley from up there. Hiking trails all around for additional exploring. I thought it was worth the drive. Not sure my kids agreed but I am glad we did it.

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Reviewed 4 days ago NEW via mobile

Great weaving winding paved road up to the top. The wind blows all the time, the view is spectacular of the salt and bad water and most of Death Valley. Well worth the trip up. One of the iconic views in the park.

Huntington Beach
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Reviewed 6 days ago NEW

It takes about half an hour off the main 190 road to get to Dante's View. The last five minutes or so are a steep drive up a winding road. And then your jaw drops when you get out of your car and see the 360 degrees of what appears to be an oil painting but is in reality a... More 

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Austin, Texas
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Reviewed 6 days ago NEW

This was the last stop on our visit to Death Valley, and I'm glad we chose to see it at the end. It was a final goodbye to such an amazing place. The drive up to the view is somewhat lengthy and uphill all the way. It's almost like driving up to a mountain pass. Watch out for cyclists! The... More 

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Erie, Pennsylvania
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Reviewed 6 days ago NEW

We travelled to Death Valley in March of 2017 and took he road to Dante's View. You will not be disappointed! The view from here is unbeatable!

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Dublin, Ireland
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Dante' s View is just about the nicest view of the many, many we stopped at in the magnificent Death Valley N.P. The views are mesmerising over the salt pans, mountains and valley. It has plenty of room to pull in and all you have to is look out and drink in the scenery. Absolutely amazing.

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San Jose, California, United States
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We visited Dante's View during our recent visit to Death Valley National Park. It is a beautiful place with wonderful views of the Park. It was very chilly and windy during our visit.

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