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A spectacular drive between Stovepipe Wells and Owens (Dry) Lake

The Panamint Mountains are a relatively short but spectacular range, which you will skirt and pass... read more

Reviewed 16 October 2018
00Bruce00
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Manhattan Beach, California
Lovely

Another lovely colorful mountain range in Death Valley. Beautiful to say the least but honestly... read more

Reviewed 16 October 2017
coachee1313
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Montvale, New Jersey
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Reviewed 16 October 2017

Another lovely colorful mountain range in Death Valley. Beautiful to say the least but honestly after some time everything begins to look the same.Still worth several photo's.

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Reviewed 25 August 2017

I read the reviews and wanted to check the place out but hiking and biking? It was near 120 and that was near the evening and it was just too hot. We were able to get views of the mountains and we were happy. Perhaps, people are talking about hiking in winter or autumn but in July, you see them and drive them.

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Reviewed 15 August 2017

We liked the vista views of the Panamint Mountains when we were visiting Death Valley National Park. In the cooler season, its a nice place to take a hike or go on a mountain bike ride.

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Reviewed 30 June 2017

We spent 4 weeks in the southwest looking at all kinds of formations and mountains. Panamint Mountains are colored like no others that we saw. Beautiful colors and shapes abound here and it is well worth shooting some pictures to take home. Plan on filling your gas tank BEFORE heading into Death Valley as the closest place is about 60 miles away. We drove 127 miles in Death Valley during our trip so a full tank is a must along with plenty of drinking water.

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Reviewed 23 June 2017

After 4 hour's of driving through Death Valley, we found Panamint Mountain's looked pretty much like the rest of the mountain's in the Death Valley area. Again, glad we can tick the box so to speak, been there, done that.

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