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Death Valley Experience

photo: Nathan Woods 2023


Russ Chung

Run Descriptions

Each day we plan to have one run to the northern portion of Death Valley, one run to the central portion of Death Valley, and one run to the southern portion of Death Valley. The exact routes and points of interest will depend upon road openings and closures. Visit the run descriptions page for more information. You will need your run choices handy for registration.

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Death Valley Experience

March 13-16, 2024

Hottest Driest Lowest

Death Valley National Park is a land of extremes—extreme weather, extreme terrain, and most of all, extreme scenic beauty. March is the best time of the year to visit Death Valley. The recent winter rains suggest an ample supply of spring flowers (but the Park Rangers refuse to commit to a super bloom). Each day will feature a choice of guided, narrated tours to some famous, some infamous, and some secretive points of interest. Each evening will feature informative workshops and seminars about the park’s history and desert ecosystems. DEATH VALLEY EXPERIENCE 2024 (DVE24) will be based in Stovepipe Wells, CA. Check-in will begin Tuesday evening, March 12 and each evening we will have an evening program in the Auditorium of the Stovepipe Wells Village Hotel. Registration includes trail runs, a delicious box lunch, an event shirt, the evening programs, and a BBQ dinner on Saturday, March 16.

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