Located in the northern part of the Mojave Desert, Death Valley is situated in the eastern part of the state of California, not far from the border with Nevada. Death Valley is located in the Great Basin area, close by to the Sierra Nevada mountain range, and is a major part of the Death Valley National Park. It covers an area of around 3,000 square miles and is known for several key landmarks like Telescope Peak, Furnace Creek, Badwater Basin, Dante's View, and more.
2.Elevation of Death Valley
3.Elevation of Death Valley Compared to California
Death Valley Elevation
- Death Valley, Photo: Katrina Brown/stock.adobe.com
- Elevation of Death Valley, Photo: Helge Höpfner/stock.adobe.com
- Elevation of Death Valley Compared to California, Photo: Paul Lemke/stock.adobe.com
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