20 Mule Team Canyon Trail
Short in distance and with little elevation incline, the 20 Mule Team Canyon Trail is ideal for families with young children and beginner hikers. The route leads you to an incredible vista where beautiful views of the multicolored hillsides characteristic of the area can be enjoyed.
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Route Description for 20 Mule Team Canyon Trail
While 20 Mule Team Canyon Trail is a fairly easy route, it is not on designated Death Valley National Park pathways, and so care should be taken. We recommend bringing some sort of mapping tool with you to help aid you in your navigation.
Having made it to the trailhead, simply head in a southern direction towards the cliff faces in the foreground. Being careful to not get too close to the cliffs, follow the trail to the rim of the dropoff where scenic views can be enjoyed. Once you have had an opportunity to take in the sights, backtrack your steps towards the trailhead, and your waiting vehicle.
Getting to the 20 Mule Team Canyon Trail Trailhead
The trailhead for 20 Mule Team Canyon Trail is located off of Twenty Mule Team Road.
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