Devils Corn, Golfcourse and An Artists Drive- Death Valley National Park, California







Full disclosure- this was meant to be two/three separate posts on the various wonders and reasons to stop at each of these spots but time has been nipping at my heels rather viciously this past week and so it’s all been condensed into this one probably very lacking post. 

Artists Drive, Devils GolfCourse and Devils Cornfield

I have to admit that the last two are my most favorite named spots in the park, though Artist Drive does win the spot of most worth going out of your way to visit. We left Badwater Basin and went to gaze out across the crumpled earth that is Devils Golfcourse, after which we took the bumpy dirt road that is Artists Drive. The colors that live in the hills there are definitely worth the lungfuls of dusty air you’ll inhale while getting to them.

Devils Cornfield is right before you pass by (or stop at) the Sand Dunes and it’s worth pulling over to both appreciate the name and the way dunes start to slope up behind them, the landscape changing from one to the other without any real demarcation. And in between driving from the colorful hills to the cornfield most beloved by the devil himself, there’s a vastness of a diverse and quickly changing landscape to keep your eyes and mind engaged – as well as keep you from wondering what in the world you’re doing out here.

~m

4 comments

  1. Melanie and Todd · November 30

    How fun! I love the desert!!

    • FablesandCoffee · November 30

      Thank you! I’m definitely growing a real fondness for it :)

  2. hikeminded · November 30

    beautiful pictures!

    • FablesandCoffee · November 30

      Thank you! :)

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