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Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes cover 14 square miles near Stovepipe Wells with beautifully shaped and colored deep, soft sand.
A short walk up a narrow canyon leads to Natural Bridge, crossing 50 feet above the sand and gravel wash.
Excellent examples of the erosion in Death Valley National Park, alluvial fans wash out of Tucki Mountain.
The effects of sediment carried in flash floods have sculpted and polished marble walls in Mosaic Canyon.
Brilliant Red Cathedral stands high above cream and yellow hills of Golden Canyon.
At Artist's Palette, an amazing array of colors are seen, the product of minerals in volcanic ash.
Manly Beacon and Red Cathedral are easily viewed from the overlook at Zabriskie Point.
East of Furnace Creek multi-colored Pyramid Peak reaches 6703 feet elevation in Death Valley National Park.