This scenic vista overlooks the Bad Water Basin in Death Valley California. It is called Augereberry Point. It requires over the 6 mile dirt road and 4x4 is recommended. The summit is at an altitude if 6,433 feet above sea level and can be closed after winter storms. The point was named for a Basque gold miner, Pete Augereberry, who worked the area in the early 1900s. If you are fortunate, you will get a day without wind and the silence is breathtaking.
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