Sunday Jun 16
Have geologists finally figured out how Death Valley's 'sailing...
In the dusky, cracked surface of a dried up lake bed in Death Valley, California, the stones move across the desert all by themselves.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Howard's Rock damaged: What is Howard's Rock and the story behind it?
Howard's rock is damaged, someone took a chunk off the legendary rock in the beginning of June and Clemson officials aren't taking this lightly.
Famous Howard's Rock at Clemson vandalized
Officials said the iconic fixture that football players rub prior to running down the hill before football games was vandalized sometime between June 2 and June 3. A small portion of the rock was broken off its pedestal after vandals broke the casing that protects the famous fixture.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
The Epoch Times
The Five Coldest and Hottest Places on Earth
A general view of Vostok Station, circa 1997. On the left is a World War II era tracked vehicle next to a skidoo used by U.S. scientist Stephen Price and the people with him.
7 new GSA Bulletin articles posted online ahead of print
Boulder, Colo., USA - New GSA BULLETIN articles posted online ahead of print on 7 June cover granite, granitoids, and kimberlite; Garwood Valley Antarctica; Death Valley, California, USA; Esan Volcanic Complex, Japan; and Little Lake, California, USA.
National Parks Traveler
Around The Parks: Hot Times In Death Valley, Teachers At C&O Canal,...
Back on July 10, 1913, the weather observer at Greenland Ranch in Death Valley, California, recorded a high temperature of 134A F .
Sat Jun 08, 2013
Death Valley by Bike
According to local lore, Death Valley earned its menacing name in 1850, when a gold prospector, who barely survived a journey through this unforgiving landscape, looked back and said "Goodbye, Death Valley."
Fri May 31, 2013
Hotties! Head to Furnace Creek Resort for Death Valley Heatstroke Open
At Furnace Creek Resort in Death Valley National Park , the lowest golf course in the world is hosting their 3rd annual "Heatstroke Open" Golf Tournament, June 21-23, 2013 .
Wed May 29, 2013
Mysterious crossing: Rocks travel across Death Valley
That might not necessarily be the case in Death Valley, Calif., where zig-zagging lines trail behind large rocks, Slate's travel blog, Atlas Obscura, reports .
Wed May 22, 2013
Titus Canyon mountain road winding through the mountains.
Last week, I featured those exciting areas Nancy and I visited in the northern section of Death Valley.