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I have to believe the authorities leave the roads in such bad condition to limit who accesses the Dunes. Survive the 1-2 hour journey and you'll be thankful. The Dunes are magnificent. So calm, a zen experience. A memorable adventure. The Dunes are a lot closer from the campsite than you realise, What looks to be a 1 hour plus... 更多
If you are tired with tourists and wanting to have a peaceful moments, you should consider to visit. The dunes are beautiful and way less visited than the famous parts of DV, Badwater for example. You can enjoy the view from the parking area or walk a little bit or climb to the top. Please keep in your mind, it's... 更多
Headed to Death Valley over President's Day weekend to see the wild flowers but feared the crowds so went to Eureka Duns 1st. So glad I did. Came in from Big Pine. Much better road than from the main park. After turning off Big Pine/Death Valley road, the road has some rougher spots with larger rocks that I went slower... 更多
We went via death valley down the gravel road for 35 miles instead of the otherside - which was how we exited and will go the next time! But it is so worth it - so remote, so quite and the dunes are fabulous!
We just came back from there. First off, the latest news. if you coming from HWY-395, the road to the main Death Valley park is closed at Crater, so Eureka Dunes is pretty much the only place you can get to from the north. The road to the dunes is well maintained and graded, so we saw even people on... 更多
The sand is unique and looks very dessert-ish. Picture dessert full of white sand mountains that's how it is. The heat is very strong as we are there during Sept. Bring along shades, hats, and sunscreen.