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Old Yesterday, 09:17 AM
 
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I will probably skip Death Valley! Thanks for your replies!
You might want to consider visiting Valley of Fire which is about 50 miles (I believe) outside Vegas. It's not on the route to Palm Springs (opposite direction) but it's a very easy drive and much can be seen either from your vehicle or with just a short walk. Also things aren't spread out over hundreds of miles of unpaved roads like they are in Death Valley.

Valley of Fire is an easy place to see some really remarkable scenery and historical stuff over the course of a few hours. Well worth it imho.
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Old Today, 09:49 AM
 
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If you go to Death Valley, the experience will benefit from studying the history. If you spend an hour reading about the history of the area you will want to go. It is much more than just a desert valley.
That's tempting hehe... I will read about it. Thanks
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Old Today, 09:50 AM
 
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You might want to consider visiting Valley of Fire which is about 50 miles (I believe) outside Vegas. It's not on the route to Palm Springs (opposite direction) but it's a very easy drive and much can be seen either from your vehicle or with just a short walk. Also things aren't spread out over hundreds of miles of unpaved roads like they are in Death Valley.

Valley of Fire is an easy place to see some really remarkable scenery and historical stuff over the course of a few hours. Well worth it imho.
Thanks for the recommendation! I will google it!
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