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This is an easy, self-guided trail on a boardwalk over a small stream. It is good for viewing rare pupfish and other wildlife. The best time to visit is in late winter/early spring.

Salt Creek Interpretive Trail winds around a small stream that leads south into Cotton Ball Basin. This is an easy, self-guided route on a boardwalk. It is good for viewing rare pupfish and other wildlife. The best time to visit is in late winter/early spring due to the low elevation and high temperatures.

Directions: From Furnace Creek, Drive 13.5 miles north of Furnace Creek on Highway 190. The trail starts at the Salt Creek parking area, 1 mile west of Highway 190.

Elevation: 165 feet

Difficulty: Easy

 
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Death Valley National Park, California


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