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Great Return Hike

We hiked this about 8 years ago and the return was just as impressive. this is a modest walk on... read more

Reviewed 10 April 2018
LabmeisterII
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Morro Bay, California
Lovely Hike

A great hike through the canyon. Not as popular as some of the trails closer to the visitor... read more

Reviewed 5 February 2017
herb v
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West Amwell, New Jersey
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9 Apr 2018
“Great Return Hike”
25 Aug 2017
“Just for the easier and short hike”
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Grapevine Mountains, Death Valley National Park, CA
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Reviewed 10 April 2018

We hiked this about 8 years ago and the return was just as impressive. this is a modest walk on fairly loose gravel and a surprisingly steep upgrade. Dead end at a small dry falls that likely has a way around...but not our mid-60's age...More

Thank LabmeisterII
Reviewed 25 August 2017

We were in Death Valley on a road trip and heard about this canyon. We went on a couple of hikes and this was one. It wasn’t my favorite in hindsight but it was still nice hike. It was just too hot so we had...More

Thank Daniel A
Reviewed 5 February 2017

A great hike through the canyon. Not as popular as some of the trails closer to the visitor center, but well worth the trip. (NOTE - the "road" up to the trail head is very rocky. You can go in a car but be careful...More

3  Thank herb v
Reviewed 10 October 2016

I hiked Fall Canyon solo in early October. It was absolutely wonderful - about 70-80 degrees depending on elevation, and I had the entire canyon to myself the whole time. if anyone is looking to enjoy a challenging hike with amazing views then this is...More

3  Thank Ed M
Reviewed 13 May 2016

The original idea was to drive through Titus Canyon but on the advice of the Ranger we spoke with at the Furnace Creek Visitor Center we decide not to risk the tires on our rental car and instead put few miles on our hiking boots...More

7  Thank OhioHick
Reviewed 7 April 2016

You can make this hike easy or hard, your choice. Hard means around 3 miles where it ends (big rock in front of you closes your passage), you can choose to turn around to the trailhead/parking lot, or turn around and veer towards your left...More

Thank Indiana_Jonesse
Reviewed 30 March 2016 via mobile

At the mouth of the Titus Canyon drive, this hike awaits. As we didn't have the proper car, we didn't drive Titus Canyon. However, we did watch a few cars exit with some very satisfied occupants. We then began the hike to Fall Canyon. It...More

Thank LoveSummerRoadTrips
Reviewed 15 March 2016

If you go at the right time of year, you will be rewarded not only with great scenery, but a multitude of diverse wildflowers. The hike isn't too strenuous (though you will gain about 1000 feet in elevation). The hike ends at a sheer wall...More

Thank transplantedNYer
Reviewed 4 March 2016

First, don't miss the Titus Canyon drive! And when you are done, Fall Canyon gets you out into what you just drove through. It is reasonably strenuous - but you can turn back as you need to ~ Bring lunch and plenty of water.

Thank Wendy O
Reviewed 17 February 2016

Lots of varied geology, spectacular high cliffs, lots of vegetation and wildflowers in March, some narrow sections, others more open. Tough hiking up mostly uncompacted gravel.

Thank Kathy984
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Della L
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Search on Amazon for Death Valley Trails Illustrated map. Closest large city / airport is Las Vegas. Yes, there are many hikes here BUT check the National park website as many roads and trails are CLOSED due to storm... More
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