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Planned Trip : Death Valley - March 19-27, 2010


Scheduled for March 19-27, 2010.     For 1 week or less if you can't do the whole week

Our second trip to Death Valley by popular demand!   This is a GREAT trip........PERIOD!

Death Valley : A Land of Extremes ! A perfect trip to follow up on the heels of our annual Devils Highway trip.

Hottest, Driest, Lowest: A superlative desert of streaming sand dunes, snow-capped mountains, multicolored rock layers, water-fluted canyons and three million acres of stone wilderness. Home to the Timbisha Shoshone and to plants and animals unique to the harshest deserts. A place of legend and a place of trial. Death Valley.

At the height of the California Goldrush a group of pioneers decided, against the warning of their wagon master, to take a "shortcut" across the unknown deserts of the West. This fatal misjudgement would give us one of our greatest stories of trial and heroism, and it would give us the name Death Valley.

All trails will be suitable for stock Jeeps, well pretty much suitable.

Proposed Itinerary Death Valley, CA,  March 20-27, 2010

Day 1, Sat 3/20
Travel to Death Valley, CA via Wickenburg, Kingman, Bullhead City, Searchlight, Baker, Harry Wade Road, West Side Highway, Warm Spring Road (440 miles).
Visit Saratoga Spring (pupfish)
Set up overnight camp at Warm Spring

Day 2, Sun 3/21
Break Camp, Travel to Panamint Springs Resort via Butte Valley, Mengel Pass, Goler Wash, Ballarat
Set up base camp at Panamint Springs Resort

Day 3, Mon 3/22
Split into two groups (moderate trails and easy trails) Run trails in Panamint Valley (Koi fish)

Day 4, Tue 3/23
Some may depart for home, remainder will run more trails in Panamint Valley

Day 5, Wed 3/24
Break Camp, some may depart for home, rest of the group will travel to Mesquite Springs Campground via South Pass, Lippencott Road, Racetrack, Ubehebe Crater
Note:  if South Pass is closed due to snow, we will travel to Mesquite Springs Campground via Hwy 190, Titus Canyon and North Highway.
Set up overnight camp at Mesquite Springs

Day 6, Thu 3/25
Break camp, some may depart for home, rest of the group will travel to Saline Warm Springs via Eureka Dunes, Steel Pass
Set up overnight camp at Saline Warm Springs (clothing optional)

Day 7, Fri 3/26
Break camp, travel to Furnace Creek Resort via South Pass, Hwy 190, Towne Pass, Salt Creek (pupfish)
Note:  if South Pass is closed due to snow, we will travel to Furnace Creek via Lippencott Road, Racetrack, Ubehebe Crater
Set up overnight camp at Furnace Creek Campground

Day 8, Sat 3/27
Break camp, depart for home via Devils Hole (pupfish), Pahrump, Las Vegas, Hoover Dam, Kingman, Wickenburg

1.  We will go fishing in four places in Death Valley (Saratoga Spring, Darwin, Salt Creek, Devils Hole)
2.  You may see things you didn't want to see in Saline Warm Springs (clothing optional)
3.  Warm Spring will be primitive camping (bring water and portable toilets).  The rest of the time we will be in established campgrounds
4.  Once we finalize the itinerary, we need to make reservations at Panamint Springs Resort and Furnace Creek campgrounds.  The Mesquite Springs and Saline Valley Warm Springs Campgrounds are first-come first served.

Bring the family and the camera.

A land rich in beauty, history and legend, Death Valley is a trip that will delight all. And there is a set of Coke Ovens just like the Florence ones in Death Valley too !

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Jeep Expeditions is the PREMIERE Jeep Exclusive Expedition/Overland Adventure CLUB Anywhere!

Jeep Expeditions is a non-profit corporation registered in the State of Arizona.  

The state recognizes us as a fraternal organization,  we prefer to say we are a club.  Our members and volunteers are dedicated to the exploration  this great land  for the educational value, historical value,  scenic beauty, the geology, paleontology, the camaraderie of people who share the same interests and to escape the confines of civilization if only for a few days. Our organization and members adhere to the standards of "Tread Lightly" and "Leave No Trace".

Jeep Expedition Members enjoy adventures that vary in length from one day, a weekend, long weekend, week long, two weeks and like our Arctic Expedition in 2011, a full month. Don't worry, most of our trips are one day and two day trips. We are Family Friendly and we have a number of members who bring their friendly "Jeep Dogs".

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