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This hike leads visitors two miles through a narrow canyon. It begins from Stovepipe Wells and leads into the northern portion of the Panamint Mountains.

The hike in Mosaic Canyon begins on a graded, dirt road that leads south from Stovepipe Wells Village. This is a popular hike that leads two miles into a narrow, polished marble-walled canyon. "Mosaics" of fragments of rocks cemented together can be seen in the canyon walls and give the site its name. Some slickrock scrambling is necessary along this route. Bighorn sheep are sighted occasionally.

Directions: From Stovepipe Wells Village, The trail starts at the Mosaic Canyon parking area, 2 miles south of Stovepipe Wells Village on a graded dirt road.

Elevation: 1,470 feet

Difficulty: Easy

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Death Valley National Park, California

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