Death Valley

Between California and Nevada, in the great American West, a national park with the evocative name extends scenery breathtaking: the Death Valley (Death Valley), is one of the largest natural parks in the United States. Cut came oceanic influences from the Pacific by a series of mountain ranges, the DeathValley deserves its name because of the aridity that prevails, the origin of desert landscapes, which cover here unsuspected diversity of the vast flat expanses a dried lake, sand dunes (Mesquites sand dunes) accumulated by the wind, the high arid mountains over 4,000 meters that give way to several kilometers deep lowest valleys over a hundred meters of sea level (Bad Water) ... these places hostile to man, as evidenced by some ghost towns of the park, it follows a single site, succession immense wilderness.