The Daylight Pass to Titus Canyon Trail leads northwest from Highway 374 to Titus Canyon Road. The trail leads in and out of three drainages. There are two springs, Daylight and Willow, along the route. The length of the trail is 4.5 miles one-way. A shuttle from Titus Canyon Road would be convenient for groups with two vehicles. This trail is unmaintained and some navigating with compass and map may be necessary. It is not recommended for use during the summer months.
Directions: From Furnace Creek, Follow Highway 190 northward to the junction with Highway 374. Turn right (east) on to 374 and begin looking for Daylight Pass on the northern side of the highway.
Elevation: 4,265 feet
Elevation Gain: 400 feet
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