Sunrise at Dante's View, looking out over Death Valley, California.

Accessible Sights and Drives in Death Valley

These recommended destinations in Death Valley National Park include drives and sights easily seen from parking areas as well as two ADA-accessible trails. Roads are paved or graded dirt, and in most cases there are no formal parking spaces.

View of eroded badlands from Zabriskie Point, Death Valley.

Best Death Valley Hikes

While there are few maintained trails, old mining roads, narrow canyons, and natural features offer spectacular opportunities for hiking in Death Valley. Here’s where to go, how to get there, and the amazing views and landscapes you’ll experience.

A wooden boardwalk borders a crystal blue spring in Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge.

Death Valley’s Hidden Springs and Desert Oases

The most surprising feature in Death Valley may be the presence of wetlands. These rare environments support distinct fish populations and provide life-giving watering holes, and are a sight to see surrounded by much rougher, barren landscapes.

La‘ie Point State Wayside. Photo © Robert Lindsell, licensed Creative Commons Attribution.

Sightseeing Kualoa to La‘ie, O‘ahu

Sightseeing Kualoa to La‘ie is incredibly varied, from exploring out-of-the-way areas to all kinds of informative tours and outdoor adventures—you won’t find any tourist traps here.

Enjoy a walk through the trees in Parque Nacional Los Arrayanes.

Discover Parque Nacional Los Arrayanes

Ideal for hiking and mountain biking, Argentina’s Parque Nacional Los Arrayanes is best reached through the nearby town of La Villa. You can easily spend a half or full day exploring the park’s tails; non-hikers wishing to see the impressive forest can board a chartered boat to cross the lake.

Pu‘u O Hoku Ranch in Molokai.

Sightseeing in East Moloka‘i

Given that eastern Moloka‘i has historically been the population center, there are also a number of visitor sites that are worth your time. A day trip to sightseeing in East Moloka’i is often one of the best ways to spend time on the island. Here are the sites that make the trip worthwhile.