Death Valley National Park Rainbow
Death valley national park rainbow is located in Inyo County, California, on the park’s western boundary. It is about 130 miles west of Las Vegas and 160 miles north of Los Angeles.
It is said that the inner rocks in the death valley national park were designed with rainbow colors, but till now, none could find out who really colored or paint them. It’s a mystery.
Some years ago people discover that the outer rock was colorful. full of the rainbow color. and no one could believe it either. some tourists, the press, and many people came over to witness the mystery behind the Death valley national park.
What you need to know about the Death Valley National Park
Death valley national park is the largest national park south of Alaska. Death Valley is known for extremes. It is North America’s most waterless and most burning place, with fewer than two inches/five centimeters of rainfall yearly, and has the lower height on the mainland which is almost 282 feet below sea level.
Why is it called the Death Valley National Park?
Death Valley was given its fierce name by a group of frontiersperson who went there and couldn’t find their way back. in the year 1849-1850. According to what we heard, only one of the group died there, they all assumed that this valley would be their grave.
The geographies are so special that you’ll forget you’re still in the United State. and you can see strange creatures there.
Death valley national park is known as the driest location in North America. and also the world record highest air temperature.
At night the weather becomes cold because the clear, dry air and skimpy plant shell enable sunlight to heat the desert surface.
Surprisingly, people live there, also there are hotels inside Death Valley National Park, also campgrounds. and some tourists came there for research about the strange things that occur, either the weird living creatures and others more.
Death valley national park has the most comprehensive Dark Sky in the whole US.